Published On: Mon, Jul 17th, 2017

Explaining the quirky putting technique behind Bryson DeChambeau’s first PGA Tour win

Anytime Bryson DeChambeau finds himself in contention at a golf tournament, the conversation inevitably turns to his to his unconventional golf swing. Admittedly, it is a fascinating philosophy (one I explain here), but Bryson’s most important recent innovation has nothing to do with his full swing. Rather, it concerns his putting. Bryson’s always been a good ball striker; it’s his putting that has been the problem. He struggled with it so badly at the end of last season that he adopted a side-saddle approach. But after running into some rules issues, Bryson adopted a new style: Arm-anchoring. It’s been around for a while — Bernhard Langer used it to win the 1993 Masters — and more recently,

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