If you came here looking to find out which driver Bryson DeChambeau plays with, we couldn’t blame you. The dude hits BOMBs, we know. But he’s also an underrated iron player and putter (we would say his wedge game can be a little hit-or-miss). Love him or hate him, the fact is, the guy is a beast, and his scientific approach to the game is drawing a lot of attention. If you were ever a doubter of Bryson, the proof that there is a method to his madness certainly came at the 2020 US Open, where he came from behind with a phenomenal final round to lift the trophy at Winged Foot. Bryson’s club setup is totally unique, with his irons all cut to the same length to promote a more consistent swing from wedge to long iron. He’s also gone with some very non-traditional choices in shafts and putter brands, which is very cool to see. Overall, we love what Bryson is bringing to the game and hope the science he’s applying to things leads to even more innovation.
After Bryson's move to LIV Golf, there hasn't been as much access to his bag setup, but since major season is here we're seeing what he's gaming a little more often. The big news here is the switch away from Cobra woods and irons, and now he's got the TaylorMade Stealth 2 driver and the gaining-in-popularity BRNR Mini Driver 11.5-degree in the bag, along with a switch to PING irons and wedges. He's stuck with the SIK (LA Golf) putter with its descending loft technology because, of course, why mess with a good thing?
Here are the clubs and equipment that Bryson DeChambeau was using as of May 16, 2023. We've catalogued all of Bryson DeChambeau's club and equipment data into our PGAClubTracker.com database, making it easy to see each player’s club preferences, and how they compare to other Tour players.
Bryson DeChambeau is currently ranked #149 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
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