What is Bryson DeChambeau using this year? Equipment editor Hannah Holden takes a closer look
Many people have continued to dismiss DeChambeau and his quirky methods but he’s proving to be one of the most consistent winners on tour.
If you didn’t know already, DeChambeau uses one length clubs which basically means he has a shaft the length of a 7-iron in each of his clubs (irons and wedges) for a more consistent swing plane across the set. He also has graphite shafts in every club in his bag as well as using jumbo grips and bathing his golf balls in saline water to check they are correctly balanced. But we all do that, right?
What’s in DeChambeau’s bag?
DeChambeau has moved into the new Cobra King Speedzone driver. Incredibly he has it set up with just 5.5 degrees of loft.
Bryson carries three Cobra King wedges which are also the one length model. He rounds out is bag with a SIK prototype putter.
DeChambeau, like Tiger Woods, has signed a big money deal to play a Bridgestone golf ball.
Bryson DeChambeau WITB 2020
Driver: Cobra King Speedzone (5.5˚, LA Golf Prototype carbon fibre shaft)
Fairway woods: Cobra King LTD Black (12.5˚, LA Golf BAD Prototype carbon fibre 75 TX shaft); Cobra King F8+ (17.5˚, LA Golf BAD Prototype carbon fibre 85 TX shaft)
Irons: Cobra King One Utility (4-5); Forged One, (6-PW, LA Golf Rebar Proto carbon fibre shafts)
Wedges: Artisan Prototype (50˚, 55˚ & 60˚, LA Golf Prototype carbon fibre shafts)
Putter: SIK Tour Prototype (Ozik graphite shaft)
Ball: Bridgestone Tour B X