Bryson DeChambeau has made a name for himself in golf. He is renowned for his long pilot shots. With eight PGA Tour victories to his name, he also won the US Open in 2020.

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He has an average driving distance of 323.7 meters and also tops the PGA Tour statistics for strokes won off the tee in 2021. Recently in a podcast he spoke about his course as a golfer and has shared some of his perspectives.

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Bryson, the college winner

Before turning pro in the year, Bryson played golf for his college SMU. He won the NCAA golf title in 2015. The same year he won the United States amateur title. It skyrocketed his fame. Plus, it’s a record that he also shares with Tiger Woods.

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In a recent podcast with Mark Golf Podcast, Bryson was asked this question: “How did the two college victories help you build your career?” “

He has answered, “Well that’s my whole life. I mean, it prepared me for my whole life, where I am today. I wouldn’t be here without it, I probably would have found a way to leave. on tour and you know how to play well ”.

DeChambeau won the John Deere Classic in the 2016-17 season.

August 19, 2021; Jersey City, New Jersey, United States; Bryson DeChambeau watches his approach shot on the 17th hole during the first round of the The Northern Trust golf tournament at Liberty National Golf Club. Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

It got boring for Bryson DeChambeau

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The 2017-18 season has been one of the best seasons so far for Bryson. He has won three tournaments and finished nine times in the top 10. His FedEx Cup ranking after the end of the season was 3.

Bryson on Mark Golf Podcast said: “2018 yeah, so it’s 2018 I one, and then 2019 is when I actually get it. Yeah, so a year later, but at the same time, that hole this year of boredom for me because it’s what I call boredom when I want, I want it four or five times in that year. Really, it was just that it was boring for me. Yeah, I did well. And it is. after I figured out a lot of the final range of motion, which is why I had my run in 2018, where I felt pretty invincible.

Bryson continued to maintain his good form during the 2020-21 season where he joined the 2021 Ryder Cup squad for the United States.

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