Bryson DeChambeau’s monster drives are attractions themselves.
Subsequent to building up during the Covid break last year, the American has become the greatest driver in golf.
Truth be told, he admitted before the Ryder Cup – which got in progress on Friday – he had “wrecked” his hands getting ready for a long drive contest, which starts only a couple of days after.
Notwithstanding, fans were made to hold on to get a sight of the big-hitting 2020 US Open champion on Friday, as he was excluded from US commander Steve Stricker’s morning foursome pairings.
In any case, when he show up at the 43rd release of the Ryder Cup, he didn’t disappoint.
On the par-five fifth hole, he showed his capabilities, powering an amazing 417-yard drive across the water, leaving him with only 72 yards passed on to the pin. His accomplice, Scottie Scheffler, drove it 305 yards.
He appropriately changed over the more limited distance, getting done with a hawk and tying up his fourball close by Scottie Scheffler against Jon Rahm and Tyrrell Hatton.
Prior in the round on the main tee, DeChambeau charmed the fans, going after his weighty driver.
In the wake of twisting up and releasing a major drive, the group by the tee let out a colossal thunder in charm as the ball flew down toward the main opening.
Yet, for one unsuspecting fan, DeChambeau’s first drive of the 2021 Ryder Cup wasn’t the best experience.
DeChambeau’s ball, while traveling a fair distance, struck a spectator on the shin, leaving her gripping at her right leg.
In spite of arriving in the harsh, the world No. 7 had the option to recover masterfully, rescuing a birdie on the opening hole.
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