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Posted September 20, 2020 in "Watts" In The Bag by Tom Brassell
The plan was always to win a major. Multiple majors. Sooner rather than later. That was the reason for the offseason “transformation.”
The U.S. Open was a favorite of Bryson DeChambeau’s, as he is a U.S. Amateur champion. It was always in the back of his mind that he would win it.
But not like this.
Not without fans on the course. Not in September. Maybe even (in the back of his mind), not when his nearest competitor was six strokes behind him.
And certainly not besting Hale Irwin’s winning score from 1974 by at Winged Foot by 13 shots!
But, he’ll take it. Even with the smattering of people, mostly tournament volunteers, cheering for him when it was all over. As he hoisted the trophy as the only player under par, besting 21-year-old Matthew Wolfe by a half a dozen, all of those things that were big things to us, didn’t matter.
“Don’t major on minors,” a wise man once said. Especially in majors.
Certainly, saying it was a U.S. Open to remember would be a whale of an understatement.
Check out “Watts” in Bryson’s bag below. And get ready for a Masters Tournament for the ages! In November!
Driver: Cobra King SpeedZone (7.5 degrees @5.5) – Shaft: LA Golf BAD Prototype 60 TX (45.5″)
3-wood: Cobra King SpeedZone Tour (14.5 @11.5 degrees)
Shaft: LA Golf BAD Prototype 70 TX (43″)
3-wood: Cobra King SpeedZone Tour (14.5 @13.5 degrees)
Shaft: LA Golf BAD Prototype 80 TX (41″)
Wedges: Artisan Prototype (50 @47, 55 @52, 60 @52) – Shafts: LA Golf Rebar Proto shaft
Putter: SIK Golf Prototype
Ball: Bridgestone Tour B X
Grips: Dominant Jumbo Max Tour