As a golfer who has been dabbling with a single plane swing and single length irons for many years I have been following Bryson DeChambeau’s progress closely.
Many have told me that Dechambeau’s success in winning the NCAA individual title and United States Amateur were ‘flukes’ and that he would turn out to be a ‘flash in the pan’. Many are not prepared to believe that a golfer using single length irons and a single plane swing could be successful at the professional level.
After DeChambeau’s recent performance at the Masters (low amateur and T21 overall) and T4 at Harbour Town in his first event as a professional, many including big name television commentators covering those events are starting to come around. They are starting to admit albeit grudgingly, that Dechambeau may be the real thing.
I for one am a firm believer in DeChambeau’s approach to the game and the method he is using to achieve his goal. For those of you who know me you are probably getting tired of hearing me talk about DeChambeau and my Pinhawk single length irons.
As indicated in a previous post I will be starting this golf season using both single length irons and a single plane swing.
I’ve played 3 rounds with my single length irons so far and the results are encouraging.
As promised in an earlier post, once we get a little further into the season (a least 10 games) I will report back and provide an evaluation of my single length irons.