So far, this big hitting PGA golfer has got away with using PED’s.
Apparently they were not testing during the COVID break.
Does that mean he has stopped now or that he has figured out how to Lance Armstrong the situation?
PED: Performance-enhancing drugs
Bryson James Aldrich DeChambeau is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. In 2015, he became the fifth player in history to win both the NCAA Division I championship and the U.S. Amateur in the same year.
The staggering numbers that prove just how far Bryson DeChambeau is hitting the golf ball these days
Bryson DeChambeau’s radical transformation of his body and game has been one of the most polarizing issues of the summer. Just how crazy has DeChambeau been off the tee? Consider that over the five PGA Tour events since the three-month coronavirus shutdown, DeChambeau has hit 29 drives at least 350 yards, by far the most of any player. In fact, it’s more than the next two players combined. That is nearly the same number of drives of at least 350 yards as he had all of last season (30).
Most 350-yard drives since PGA Tour restart
Player Number of drives longer than 350 yards
Bryson DeChambeau 29
Matthew Wolff 15
Cameron Champ 12
Largest year-over-year increase in driving distance last 15 years
Year Player Distance increase in yards
2019-20 Bryson DeChambeau +20.5
2005 Tiger Woods +14.2
2017-18 Graeme McDowell +13.7 – Source