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Bryson leaves Vijay mesmerized in unmissable video from the Masters

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Whether it’s calling Augusta National a par 67 or claiming he can live until 130, Bryson DeChambeau rarely disappoints, and the 27-year-old has already provided some unmissable content from this week’s Masters.

On the range on Monday, Bryson took to the hallowed turf of Augusta and began ripping drives at some speed, leaving former Masters champion Vijay Singh to abandon his own work to enjoy the show with a big smile on his face.

Check out Bryson going through his speed drill below.

Users on social media reacted to the video in their droves, with plenty of hilarious comments, including “When u bring ur new driver to the range for the first time” to “This is me pi**ed off on the first tee after hitting the first 3 OB”.

Bryson is already the talk of the 2021 Masters, and it’s still only Tuesday!

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Gianni is the Assistant Editor at GolfWRX. He can be contacted at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito

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  1. Marc Layman

    Apr 24, 2021 at 10:32 pm

    Bryson has ruined his game. Speed isn’t helping him win. Arrogant loser

    • gwelfgulfer

      Apr 26, 2021 at 12:08 am

      So his speed hasn’t given him a better year so far than you? He hasn’t won anything? And yet here you are complaining after watching him… You have issues…

  2. ken

    Apr 7, 2021 at 11:02 am

    Bryson’s not just a bomber
    He’s an accomplished strategist.
    His mind works on a level that few human beings can comprehend.

    • Patrick Reed

      Apr 24, 2021 at 6:17 pm

      Maybe, but he’ll never be able to cheat as well as me,

  3. Jake DeJong

    Apr 7, 2021 at 10:30 am

    Is it necessary to speed up the video? Kind of detracts from the experience.

  4. dave d

    Apr 6, 2021 at 2:40 pm

    This is awesome. Pushing the game. Kinda surprising it’s taken this long for someone to push it this far with modern equipment.

    In tennis they figured it out quickly — bigger composite frames, esp. with addition of poly strings, didn’t allow you to hit it any harder (e.g., a pro can hit a serve just as hard with a wood frame Jack Kramer strung with gut as with a modern racquet) but the bigger face allowed players to take a bigger cut and to take more risks in terms of their angle of attack (because the racquet face is wider), which provided the double benefit of more velocity AND more margin for error (in the form of more spin to bring the ball back into the court).

    Obviously the pros are hitting it further and straighter since the arrival of the Pro V1 and big-headed drivers, but no one has really gotten after it like this until Bryson.

    • Jim jiree

      Apr 6, 2021 at 2:53 pm

      So much truth here but without having a decent game past tee tee box, no one would be paying much attention.

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Tiger Woods posts first photo update since accident

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Tiger Woods surprised fans yesterday evening with an update which included a photo showing the 15-time major champion looking in great spirits while on crutches.

From the photo, it appears that Woods’ lower right leg is in a cast, with a full leg brace running up to his knee.

Woods was standing alongside his dog Bugs in the photo, with the caption:

“My course is coming along faster than I am. But it’s nice to have a faithful rehab partner, man’s best friend.”

 

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Earlier this year, Woods suffered multiple fractures from his single-car crash on the upper and lower parts of both the fibula and tibia, where a rod was inserted to stabilize the area.

Woods also had screws and pins inserted to treat other injuries in the ankle and foot, while doctors sliced muscle in the area to relieve swelling in the area. 

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Brooks Koepka to face Barstool Sports’ Dave Portnoy in $250k charity match

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In a wild sequence of events last night, Brooks Koepka has decided to take on Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy in a $250k charity match with the 4-time major champ agreeing to play left-handed.

The two traded some friendly banter/trash talk on Twitter to begin before things escalated quickly, with BK making the claim he could beat Portnoy left-handed before he accepted the quick challenge from the Barstool Sports President.

 

Koepka will play for his charity foundation, while Portnoy will play for the Barstool Fund, the latter of which has raised almost $40 million to help save small businesses in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.

No date or venue has yet been decided, but Portnoy has already made it clear that Frankie Borelli, a member of the Fore Play podcast, will be on his bag.

“Blake Koepka is good at golf. I was actually the first one to say that. But in general golfers are mentally weak. I am a mental Armageddon. Very different ball game.” – Dave Portnoy

@frankieborelli

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Adam Scott joins Dustin Johnson in snubbing Tokyo Olympics

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Adam Scott is the latest player to opt-out of the Tokyo Olympics, with the games not fitting into the Aussie’s schedule, per Scott’s manager.

Speaking to GolfChannel, the Australian’s manager, Johan Elliot with Sportyard International, said

“With the world being the way it is, Adam is gone 4-5 weeks at a time this year during his playing blocks. With three young children at home, this time in the schedule will be devoted to family. It is pretty much the only time up until October when he has a chance to see them for a stretch of time and not only a few days/a week.”

The Olympic games fall two weeks after the Open Championship and one week before a WGC event. In 2016, Scott also skipped out of the event, citing schedule reasons and the outbreak of the Zika virus.

Scott follows in the footsteps of Dustin Johnson, who last month announced that he wouldn’t be partaking in the games due to a busy schedule and the travel requirements.

With Scott out of the picture, Cameron Smith and Marc Leishman are the frontrunners to represent Australia at the games in Japan.

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