The clubs DeChambeau used to win the Dubai Desert ClassicJanuary 27, 2019 Golf Equipment
That's now four wins in nine starts and each with pretty much the same clubs writes equipment editor James Savage
Bryson DeChambeau WITB. The mad scientist grabbed his first international win and his second with the brand new Cobra F9 Speedback driver.
The European Tour win adds to his five PGA Tour victories and sees him close the gap on the top four in the world rankings.
So it was yet another win for the ‘one length’ Cobra irons and wedges making it four victories in his last nine starts.
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 has a shaft the length of a 7-iron in each of his clubs (well, irons and wedges) for a more consistent swing plane which each club.
He also uses jumbo grips and bathes golf balls in saline water to check they are correctly balanced. But we all do that, right?
Single length irons were really brought back to the mainstream by DeChambeau when he won the US Amateur and NCAA Championship in 2015.
At the time he was using Edel single length irons but after turning pro he soon signed a deal with Cobra.
It then prompted Cobra to release their own single length irons with the release of the the F7 and Forged One models.
DeChambeau has a 9˚ head in the new model but has the loft down at just 7˚.
He opts for the King LTD 3-wwod and F8+ 5-wood.
His wedges, which are also in One Length, are the Cobra King models and his putter is a SIK prototype with an arm-lock grip.
DeChambeau, like Tiger Woods, signed a big money deal to play a Bridgestone golf ball.
Bryson DeChambeau WITB
Putter: SIK Kinematics prototype
Ball:Bridgestone Tour B X
More information can be found on the Cobra Golf website.