GEA Golf Forum > DeChanbreau grips

Full Version: DeChanbreau grips

From: capehack [#1]
 21 Apr 18:39
To: ALL

I've been watched Bryson DeChambreau's grips and they look like Jumbo or non taper grips? Anyone know what he uses?

Reply


From: grm24 [#2]
 21 Apr 18:42
To: capehack [#1] 21 Apr 18:50

http://www.jumbomax.com/

https://golfweek.com/2016/11/15/deep-dive-bryson-dechambeau/

Reply


From: 虎モリナリ (BUCKET_LIST) [#3]
 21 Apr 22:40
To: capehack [#1] unread

He is different.

Reply


From: 虎モリナリ (BUCKET_LIST) [#4]
 21 Apr 23:11
To: ALL

Bryson needs to have a shorter length wedge in his bag and learn how to hit feel shots with his hands from around the greens and from bunkers. I'm amazed he's made it this far at both the high-end amateur and professional levels without that ability. Because he doesn't have the proper equipment in his bag and associated skill set, he plays some really bad short game shots for a professional.

Reply


From: jvincent [#5]
 22 Apr 7:53
To: 虎モリナリ (BUCKET_LIST) [#4] 22 Apr 10:01

PGA Tour wins: Bryson = 1 , BUCKET_LIST = 0
Career Earnings: Bryson = $4.4M (in just over 2 seasons), BUCKET_LIST = $0.

Reply


From: jumbogrip [#6]
 22 Apr 8:11
To: jvincent [#5] 22 Apr 8:11

Bucket is giving him a false sense of confidence.

On the other hand, you don't have to be a major champion to have an opinion (at least on the GEA). It hasn't stopped Brandel Chamblee from criticizing Tiger.

Reply


From: Art.. (ARTMBGOLF) [#7]
 22 Apr 14:26
To: 虎モリナリ (BUCKET_LIST) [#4] 22 Apr 14:26

quote: 糞ホール (BUCKET_LIST)
"quote">
Bryson needs to have a shorter length wedge in his bag....
Because he doesn't have the proper equipment in his bag, he plays some really bad short game shots for a prof


I agree with this. We also only see his wasted shots around the green
when he is in contention.

I am sure he practices those shots with his 7 iron length wedges, but
can only get so good with those harder to flop clubs.

I don't see why one regular length SW would affect the rest of his
one length strategy.

Reply


From: HTG (HOUTEXGOLFER) [#8]
 22 Apr 14:34
To: Art.. (ARTMBGOLF) [#7] 22 Apr 18:18

If he thought it would help there is no reason he can't choke up one inch for greenside shots. Reading about how much he experiments I'd be very surprised if he hasn't already evaluated that option.

Reply


From: Chicken wing swing NOT so bad! (FITZ) [#9]
 23 Apr 0:10
To: Art.. (ARTMBGOLF) [#7] 23 Apr 11:56

quote:

I don't see why one regular length SW would affect the rest of his
one length strategy.


Entirely agree. At worst just one, I have to think a shorter shaft would be easier to dial in for shorter distances.

My personal experience is that I don't prefer all wedges at 35" again Pelz's suggestion to take them down by 1/2" intervals has made good sense for me.

Even though, I am very much aware that I don't know, I have to imagine that shorter shafts are going to be more accurate even for single lengthers?

Reply


Reply to All

Back to thread list | Login

© 2018