Dechambeau to play Bridgestone ball

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BRYSON DeCHAMBEAU JOINS #TEAMBRIDGESTONE 
When Bryson DeChambeau takes the course as a pro for the first time this week at RBC Heritage, he’ll be using the 2016 Tour B330-S golf ball and will be outfitted with gloves from Bridgestone Golf.
“I take every part of my game seriously and spend a considerable amount of time thinking about how each element will allow me to compete at the highest level,” said DeChambeau.  “When it was time to make a decision on the golf ball I would use as a professional, it was clear after a thorough review that Bridgestone Golf’s Tour B330-S was the best fit for me.  I’m excited to be a part of Bridgestone’s team and benefit from the precision they put in to each and every ball made.”

Bryson’s Accolades:

  • Finished his amateur career as the highest ranked amateur according to the OWGR
  • NCAA Individual Championship
  • U.S. Amateur Championship
  • 5th golfer in history to win both events in the same year
Bryson majored in physics at SMU and calls himself “The Golf Scientist”- bringing a unique scientific approach to his golf game.  He has developed an unconventional approach to the game, such as adjusting each of his irons to the same shaft length (37 1/2 inches), and each clubhead to the proper loft, and is known to test his golf balls by soaking them in Epsom salts to determine their center of gravity.
We are honored to have Bryson join the team and are excited for his career as a professional golfer.
Meet Bryson
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