It seems that every time I turn the TV on to watch a golf broadcast (or have it watch me while I’m working), I hear something mind-boggling regarding golf swing mechanics or otherwise.
As I said last week, I had a technical disaster wipe out all of my final editing work a week ago Friday and had to start all over again.
I took another look at Bryson DeChambeau’s golf swing this weekend after John In Phoenix’ comment on him, and I’m sorry to say, I’m still not a fan, just as I wasn’t two years ago with my first look.
First of all, unless BDC has a congenital back condition or some chronic issue from a prior injury, I have to say – the golf swing shouldn’t hurt your back, and if you’re having back issues already at the age of 24, something is definitely wrong.
I caught Bryson DeChambeau’s 2nd round yesterday at the Masters as he played with Jordan Spieth and Paul Casey, and… those clubs…
13 degree upright, all the same length as a standard 6 iron, and it isn’t the clubs that make DeChambeau a good player.