Swing Analysis: Bryson DeChambeau

By Wayne | Videos: Swing Analysis

Lots of buzz in the media leading up to this years Masters on Bryson DeChambeau the 2015 NCAA Division 1 Champion and U.S. Amateur Champion. this swing analysis includes exclusive video footage from Mark Long, thank you Mark. Bryson has definitely taken over the title of “most interesting man in golf” from Miguel Angel Jiminez as you will see by his very cool swing and the fact that all his irons are the same length. Certainly he has dominated the amateur ranks this summer.

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Chuck September 24, 2015

Hi, I really want to watch this! It seems the video is not working? Just me?

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    Jack September 24, 2015

    Not just you. Wayne’s IT person will fix it ;-)

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Site September 24, 2015

Sorry for the technical glitch everyone. It should be working now.

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Chuck September 24, 2015

Thank you!

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David W September 24, 2015

Thank you Wayne. I will be watching out for Bryson. It is nice to see someone do it differently with great results. I particulary like his bowed left wrist through impact. Also, he must be a good putter with his record. David W

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Mark September 27, 2015

The same length shaft thing was done by Tiger Shark 30 years ago, “a full set of 7 irons”. I worked for them in “the tented village” at the ’98 Open.

During this experience, Karsten Solhiem asked me if I’d seen his bike, before being dragged off by his apologetic son (who it appears is going the same way, bless him); I noticed Arnold Palmer was the widest, non-fat person I’d ever seen and I also thought Olazabal had seen the special golfer in me. I wouldn’t be so crass as to elaborate but lets just say, I may have been wrong. I was quite pretty in ’98.

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Mark September 27, 2015

I haven’t been able to look at a Paella without wincing since.

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Clinton October 4, 2015

This is one of the cleanest looking actions I’ve seen. The shaft is on plane for an awful long time in the downswing. I don’t think he tried started working on the “one plane” technique until his mid teens. So to have the insane success he’s had this year is especially impressive. I love an athlete who isn’t just another conformist. Lots of reasons to hope he keeps it going beyond college.

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Bryan April 18, 2016

It would seem that this style of swing would be very easy on the back. Would that be a correct conclusion?

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