Bryson Dechambeau WITB 2021

Bryson Dechambeau is one of pro golf’s most promising young prospects as well as establishing himself as one of the best players and longest drivers in the history of the game.

2020 saw the now 27 year-old professional tie for 4th in the PGA Championship and take home the victory at the US Open.

Bryson followed up this with an early win in 2021, capturing victory at the Arnold Palmer invitational in March 2021.

Bryson captured the medias attention at the event, not just by winning but also for a monstrous drive and celebration at the

And as we are firmly entrenched in the new season, everyone wants to know what’s in his bag. Read on to find out.

 

 

Quick Facts:

  • Age: 27

  • Height: 6’1”

  • Born: Modesto, California

  • Birthday: September 16th, 1993

  • Drive Distance: 337.8 yards (average)

  • PGA Tour Wins: 8

 

What’s In His Bag?

Driver

Cobra King RadSpeed – 5.5 Degrees

Woods

Cobra King Speedzone Tour – 11.5 Degrees,

Cobra King Speedzone Tour 13.5 Degrees

Irons

Cobra King Speedzone One Length,

Cobra King Forged Tour One Length

Wedges

Artisan Prototype – 47, 52, 58 degrees

Putter

Sik Blade Prototype

 

Driver – Cobra King RadSpeed – 5.5 Degrees

Shaft: LA Golf BAD Prototype 60 X

Key Features:

  • Forward oriented weighting
  • 460cc head size
  • Adjustable front and back weights

Selling Points:

The radial weighting in the Cobra King RadSpeed which creates a considerable amount of distance between front and back helps improve ball speed.

There are 28 grams of weighting devoted to the front-orientated radial weights and 10 grams in the back.

You can get the Cobra RadSpeed in either 9 or 10.5 degrees of loft although with Bryson’s swing speed, the loft needs to be reduced for his monster drives.

Pros:

  • Carbon fiber crown allows weight allocation to improve CG
  • Low spin
  • Pretty workable

Cons:

  • Low launch angle
  • Adjusting the weight is a chore

Overall Score: 95/100

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3 Wood – Cobra King Speedzone Tour – 11.5 Degrees

Shaft: LA Golf BAD Prototype 70 TX

Key Features:

  • Forward oriented weighting
  • Hollow rails
  • Milled face

Selling Points:

Most fairway woods sacrifice feel for distance and launch angle. But not the Cobra King Speedzone 3 wood.

The CNC milled face creates precise grooves that allow you to feel the ball at point of impact and get great feedback on your swing. The baffler rails also improve turf interaction.

Pros:

  • Performs great on tough lies
  • Feels great in the rough or tight lies
  • High launch angle

Cons:

  • Small face
  • Sweet spot is also rather small

Overall Score: 93/100

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5 Wood – Cobra King Speedzone Tour 13.5°

Shaft: LA Golf BAD Prototype 80 TX

Key Features:

  • Split rails
  • 12 gram bottom weight
  • Carbon fiber crown

 

Selling Points

This fairway wood is predicated on getting the CG as low as possible. The bottom 12 gram weight pulls the head down on your down swing while the split rails help the head glide through the turf. This combination allows you to get underneath the ball effortlessly without hash vibration.

Pros:

  • Great turf interaction
  • Head weighting feels comfortable
  • Great for higher swing speeds

 

Cons:

  • Not so great for lower swing speeds
  • Only available in right handed

Overall Score: 94/100

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Irons – Cobra King Speedzone One Length – (4-5 Irons)

Shaft: LA Golf Shafts B.A.D Prototype Rebar

Key Features:

  • Set to 37.50” (7 iron length)
  • Carbon fiber top line
  • Pwrshell Face

 

Selling Points:

Take one look down at address at these irons and you will see they were truly designed for players.

The thin top line featuring carbon fiber to create more discretionary weight in the perimeter make these irons a dream for low-handicappers.

Pros:

  • Deep undercut
  • Great on tough lies
  • Great vibration dampening

 

Cons:

  • Definitely not for high-handicappers
  • Sound is a bit lacking

Overall Score: 92/100

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Irons – Cobra King Forged Tour One Length (6-PW)

 

Shaft: LA Golf Shafts B.A.D Prototype Rebar

Key Features:

  • Set to 7 iron length (37.25)
  • Forged design
  • Precision milled grooves

Selling Points:

It’s no wonder Dechambeau uses these Cobra’s for his shorter irons. They spin the ball like a dream.

These are a great set of pin attacking, scoring irons as the deep undercut and limited offset allow advanced players to stick the ball exactly where they need to on the green.

Pros:

  • Great drop and stop
  • One length encourages good swing mechanics
  • Tight shot dispersion

Cons:

  • Limited offset for less advanced players
  • Most players will find the single length awkward

Overall Score: 93/100

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Wedges – Artisan Prototype – 47, 52, 58 degrees

Shaft: LA Golf Shafts B.A.D Prototype Rebar

Key Features:

  • Custom fittings
  • One of a kind designs
  • Precision grinds

Selling Points:

The main draw to Artisan wedges is that they are highly customized to your swing and style of play. In fact, you can only get an Artisan wedge if you actually go in and get fit. But pros love these clubs because of the intricate face architecture and milled grooves that provide acute spin control.

Pros:

  • Great greenside spin
  • Attractive finishes
  • High quality stock grips and shafts

Cons:

  • Currently only available in right-handed
  • Can’t get one unless you go in for a fitting

Overall Score: 95/100

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Putter – Sik Blade Prototype

Key Features:

  • Descending loft technology
  • 303 stainless steel
  • Satin finish

Selling Points:

Rounding out Bryson’s bag in 2021 is the SIK prototype blade putter.

All SIK putters are precision CNC milled to offer the utmost in feel. And the descending loft technology makes this putter extremely consistent.

Pros:

  • Beautiful design
  • Comfortable weighting
  • Great scoring putter

Cons:

  • A bit heavy
  • Pricey

Overall Score: 92/100

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Ball – Bridgestone Tour BX

Key Features:

  • Reactiv Cover technology
  • Urethane cover
  • Gradational compression

Selling Points

The progressive firmness of the core and mantles of the Bridgestone Tour BX balls help them provide more distance by preserving more swing energy and better spin control on the back end.

Pros:

  • Smart urethane cover
  • Adjusts to impact
  • Great ball speed

Cons:

  • Firm feel
  • More Expensive Than Others

Overall Score: 96/100

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Caddie

Once again, Dechambeau is reunited with Tim Tucker. Tucker and Dechambeau have had an on and off professional relationship. Tucker caddied for Bryson between 2016 and 2017 but took a brief hiatus before returning to Dechambeau’s bag in 2018.

Bryson has cited the “calming” effect that Tucker has on him. And the fact that Tucker is fluent in the Vector green reading system that Dechambeau prefers doesn’t hurt either.