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Bryson DeChambeau WITB for 2017

Bryson DeChambeau – What’s in the Bag

Bryson DeChambeau clearly has loads of potential. The 23-year old burst onto the golfing scene this year, winning the famous Silver Cup for being the lowest scoring amateur to make the cut at The Masters, as well as getting a T15 finish at the U.S. Open. DeChambeau also claimed victory very recently at the Web.com Tour DAP Championship event. As with any young new player entering the world of the PGA Tour, DeChambeau has attracted a lot of attention this season, with many people interested in knowing more about the young Californian’s choice of clubs. Rather interestingly, DeChambeau uses wedges and irons that all have the exact same length of 37.5 inches.

This is quite a rare occurrence in the world of professional golf. It’s also worth noting that DeChambeau uses JumboMaxx XXL grips across his entire set of clubs for added stability. The 23-year old also has a rather particular swinging action, during which his wrists remain entirely static. This swinging style works well with the clubs he has chosen, so let’s take a closer look at WITB for DeChambeau at his early 2017 PGA appearances.

Driver: Cobra King F6+ Pro at 7 degrees

Shaft: Oban Kiyoshi Tour Limited 70X
bryson-dechambeau-driverDeChambeau joins the likes of Rickie Fowler on the Cobra golf pro team, so his bag is obviously exclusively Cobra… Available in both black and white variants, the Cobra King F6+ Pro driver is actually the longest club of its kind to ever come out of Cobra’s development labs. With 5-position CG tuning and the Carbontrac system for adjusting weights, this driver can adapt to suit your swing and will be the perfect addition to the bags of countless types of player. Regardless of your swing style, this driver can be made to work for you and provide highly satisfactory results. With a forged titanium face and Speed Channel technology, this club delivers on the promise of lightning-fast ball speeds and huge launches. It’s one of the best drivers money can buy, especially for players with relatively fast swing speeds.

3 wood: Cobra King F6 at 14.2 degrees actual loft

Shaft: Oban Kiyoshi Tour Limited 70X
A lightly used Cobra King F6 fairway wood can be on its way to your door for around $130, and we can fully recommend the purchase. Fitted with a 20g weight that can be moved around, this club lets you decide on the perfect placement for the center of gravity. Place the CG towards the front of the head for more forceful hits and bigger distances, or slide it to the back for higher launches. The face of this club has been carefully designed to have a larger-than-average sweet spot, offering better forgiveness ratings than the competition.

Utility: Cobra King Utility (18.5D)

Shaft: Project X HZRDUS Black Hybrid 6.5X (105 grams)
cobra-king-utilityCobra’s King Utility iron fills the jobs of both the 2 and 3-iron. This adjustable club has a particularly pleasing aesthetic and has been prepared with a hollow body construction for strong launches and extra control. The club features a 67g tungsten weight in the head to push the CG as low as possible, helping to get the ball high into the air without the need for an excessively fast swing.

Irons: Cobra Fly-Z+ (3, 5), Edel Forged Prototype (6-9)

Shafts: KBS C-Taper Lite 115X
bryson-dechambeau-ironsDelicately forged to provide maximum accuracy and control, these irons feel great in the hands and offer some truly satisfying aural feedback at the point of impact. Even off-center hits feel great and go the distance with the Fly-Z+ set. Tungsten inserts help to provide high MOI ratings, while a smart damping system reduces vibration.

Wedges: Cobra King (50, 55 and 60 degrees)

Shafts: KBS Hi-Rev 135X
dechambeau-wedgesThe King wedges from Cobra have been designed to deal with all conditions. They can work for all sorts of players and on all sorts of terrain, offering excellent feel and results every time. Chrome-plated and made from 8620 carbon steel, these clubs can certainly get you out of almost any sticky situation.

Putter: Edel “The Brick” prototype

DeChambeau chooses David Edel’s “The Brick” as his putter of choice. It’s an attractive club that has enjoyed success on the big stage. Making use of Torque Balanced technology for the perfect weight balance, this putter maintains high energy throughout the swing in order to generate smooth rolls and accurate putts.

bridgestone-b330s-dechambeauBall: Bridgestone B330-S
The Bridgestone B330-S is a classic ball used by pros and amateurs alike. Specifically designed with Hydro Core Technology, these balls are a great match for fast swingers.

About the author

Chris Lollis

Chris Lollis

Chris is the founder of Golf Tribune and avid golfer. His home course is the Bayou Country Club in Largo, Florida. He currently hits Mizuno irons, Callaway Wedges, and the TaylorMade M2 driver and fairway woods. You can contact Chris directly at chris@golftribune.com.

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