There is a saying in golf: if the second shot is good, then the tee is great. Bryson DeChambeau learned the hard way at the Masters last fall. This time, he wants to take care of his sprint race and hopes to wear a green jacket.
In the November game, he won 34th place. The 27-year-old American served well, averaging 324 yards and shooting 69.6%. Not bad at all, even great.
Short game, but much more sexy. The defending US Open champion does not stand out in many of Augusta’s wonderful columns: short-range offense, continuous green shooting and par save.
“This week, I will really focus on how to accurately make hardcore shots so that I have more chances to catch birds,” DeChambeau said. I hit a good serve too many times, but the next hit I hit it with the wrong green turntable. This is the case on par 5. “
The powerful batsman also revised his par-4 strategy.
“This course will not only test the starting shot. He also tested the second and third. He is also testing methods that try to match the four-foot putt. He tested everything.”
He went on to say: “The real special thing about the Augusta national team is that to win the game, all aspects of the game must be correct.”
However, this does not mean that he will not use a terrible driver to attract the devil.
In addition, in practice matches, DeChambeau dared to try to obtain a variety of trajectories from certain teeing grounds.
First of all, in terms of meaning and location, this is the most difficult initial shot of golf, and it is aligned completely to the right. His ball flew over the huge scoreboard, trees, and slid 317 yards off the fairway. He cleared the alley hole on the right.
If he dares to use this strategy as he hopes tomorrow, then according to the wind, there are only a hundred yards left on his banner. But again, it’s all about methods.
And with Bryson, you must know how to take it and leave it. This course is not a practical area that is not considered a stray trip. However, he knows how to entertain, and if given the opportunity, he is not afraid to do so.