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Lady golfer drills golf ball into the crowd and hits the same person twice in a row!
Bryson DeChambeau revived long drive, according to two-time world champion Joe Miller in the latest instalment of GolfMagic's podcast From The Tips.
Bryson DeChambeau almost pulled off an epic upset at the Pro Long Drive World Championship in Nevada after the reigning champion was knocked out in ninth.
Bryson DeChambeau made it to the final eight of the Professional Long Drivers Association World Championship in 2021 and he has returned to Mesquite in 2022.
2019 World Long Drive champion Kyle Berkshire has set a world record ball speed total of 236 mph after smashing one huge drive in the presence of Bryson DeChambeau.
If you are unfortunate enough to snap your club on your downswing, does this count as a stroke according to the rules of golf?
James Hart du Preez surged ahead on day one of The Steyn City Championship on the DP World Tour.
Bryson DeChambeau updated his profile picture and this is how his followers responded.
Bryson DeChambeau took part in the world championships last year. Their second season has just begun.
Alex from GolfMagic went to Scottsdale Golf to receive an intense masterclass in speed training from European Long Drive star Bry Roberts.
This player was putting in the work for his long drive training, but did we expect anything else with this clip?!
Kyle Berkshire won the 2021 World Long Drive Championship and he set an incredible new personal best in ball speed which he posted on his Instagram page.
The longer the shaft, the further you will hit the ball. But do you think you could find the fairway with the biggest driver on social media?
Kyle Berkshire, the long drive world champion, looks like he is giving professional golf a run in 2022 as he plays his first event in six years.
Martin Borgmeier may specialise in hitting monstrous tee shots at World Long Drive events, but he is clearly focusing on his all-around golf game too.
Bryson DeChambeau posted an ominous tweet two days ago and now we know what he was referring to.
Bryson DeChambeau left his fans on a knife-edge with his latest tweet.
Bryson DeChambeau's power play has never been more evident than when he won the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March.
"I never thought I was going to figure this out - At least now, I can sleep!"
Perhaps this is a lesson learned...
You may think that Bryson DeChambeau's recent success on the PGA Tour is down to his long-hitting ability but think again...
The 28-year-old posted his achievement on his Instagram stories and told fans how he was learning to maintain the speed.
The 28-year-old American has given a behind-the-scenes look at what he focuses on so he can be tidy around the greens on the PGA Tour.
DeChambeau has lifted the lid on the Ryder Cup celebrations as well as parting with his caddie Tim Tucker.