Buckle up, folks, Eddie Pepperell is about to go full Bryson


Ross Kinnaird

Bryson DeChambeau has taken the PGA Tour restart by storm. With his new Mack Truck physique, driving range-devouring distance, and a big, old fat dubya to back it up, the artist formerly know as The Scientist has turned golf into his own personal weight room over the course of the last few weeks.

But as is the case with any successful experiment, the copycats are soon to follow, starting with golf's resident funny man Eddie Pepperell, who announced his intentions to become a raging Carrot Top muscle monster just hours after DeChambeau’s Rocket Mortgage Classic triumph on Sunday.

God save the Queen, indeed.

While Pepperell’s quest to become a unit of absolution won’t be easy (and certainly doesn’t bode well for America’s future Ryder Cup chances), we can’t say we’re not awaiting the results like kids on Christmas Eve. Here’s a sneak peek of what the transformation might look like once complete.


Rob Carr

Happy nightmares, fellow PGA Tour competitors, because the only thing more terrifying than a prehistoric cave bear stalking the short par fours of golf’s most prestigious circuit is a prehistoric cave bear that can talk a little trash along the way.