Bryson DeChambeau drove the green on a 382-yard par 4 at the Shriners—for a second straight day
At this point, nothing Bryson DeChambeau does necessarily surprises us. We've seen the 2020 U.S. Open champion do so many mind-defying things on the golf course—heck, if this headline said that Bryson drove a 460-yard hole, would you be surprised?
DeChambeau's continuing to break the game this week at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. His latest feat was driving the green at the 382-yard par-4 seventh hole at TPC Summerlin … for the second straight day.
There's no way the hole has ever been described as "drivable." Maybe until this week.
Bryson drained the eagle putt on Friday after missing a 14-footer on Thursday:
Golf Channel reported that Thursday was the first time in the Shotlink era that the dogleg left hole was driven. Of course, DeChambeau duplicated the feat the next day ... and even yelled "Be Right" at it today after his ball left the clubface. (Unless he was giving our new gambling podcast, Be Right, a shout out—that's some serious gumption.)
DeChambeau has driven the ball over 350 yards six times already this week, and he's averaging 356 yards off the tee. Again, does any of that surprise you?
Of course, TPC Summerlin sits above elevation, so sure, we'll admit those numbers are just a bit longer than usual. But we'll be clear and say it's absolutely impressive the way this 27-year-old continues to push the limits of what's possible on the golf course. And he's becoming appointment TV: you don't want to miss what he's going to do next.