Watch: Bryson DeChambeau explains how to swing a golf club like him

Bryson DeChambeau is one of the most prominent golfers on the PGA Tour. Notably, Bryson is trying to change the way people think about golf. He tries to overwhelm the golf courses with his power play and has had decent success so far. Moreover, he has already inspired many young golfers to follow his way of playing golf.

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To create more impact, Bryson started a YouTube channel where he posts many videos about his training, golf and other things. So, recently, he started getting many requests to share the basics of his golf swing.

January 7, 2022; Maui, Hawaii, USA; Bryson DeChambeau lines up his putt on the second hole during the second round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions golf tournament at Kapalua Resort – The Plantation Course. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

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How to swing a golf club like Bryson DeChambeau part 2

After covering the basics like grip, stance and ball striking, part one, Bryson De Chambeau uploaded another video to detail his golf swing. In this second part, Bryson talked about things like center of gravity, lower body rotation and explained a lot of things scientifically. Therefore, we all now know why everyone calls him a scientist.

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Initially, he explained how the center of gravity affects the bottom of a golf club‘s arc. Additionally, Bryson shed some light on lower body rotation, which is one of the most crucial things. DeChambeau also talked about how Tiger rotates his lower body and how he prefers to do the same.

He then taught all of these things to an average golfer and tried to improve his game. We can see and hear the things he explained and helped the man with his game. Finally, he just briefly talked about the Importance of a Steady Head. He said it was imperative to keep your head still throughout the swing.

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Meanwhile, the 2020 US Open champion recently competed in the Sentry Tournament of Champions and finished T25 for the event. He carded -25 in four rounds and was struggling with his game a bit. Additionally, Bryson withdrew from this week’s Sony Open in Hawaii as reports said he is suffering from a wrist injury.

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