Bryson DeChambeau drove the green at the par-4 1st hole and then drained the eagle putt to win the opening hole against Sergio Garcia in his Ryder Cup singles match at Whistling Straits.
DeChambeau unleashed his drive straight over the greenside bunkers down the left side of the hole and landed his ball perfectly onto the green to 35 feet.
The drive was measured at 354 yards, which is about Bryson on three-quarter power.
With the crowd going wild, Bryson marched off the tee box raising his driver aloft. We can only assume he is now happy with his driver.
Garcia chipped up to 10 feet leaving the door ajar for DeChambeau to take the opening hole, and he did not let up by draining the eagle putt from inside of 40 feet.
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DeChambeau hits his drive onto the green at the par-four first and holes the 40-footer for eagle!
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DeChambeau and Garcia are playing out match four in the Sunday Singles.
The United States lead Europe 11-5 heading into the final day.
Europe need a fast start if they are to get back into the match with the USA requiring just 3.5 points to regain the cup.
Rory McIlroy is taking on Xander Schauffele in match one, with Shane Lowry up against Patrick Cantlay in match two.
Jon Rahm is playing Scottie Scheffler in match three.