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Revealed golfer hit even further than Bryson DeChambeau

Although still at the top of the PGA Tour in terms of driver ability, in another arena, DeChambeau is being closely chased by a world ranked 295 golfer.
At 337.8 yards, Bryson DeChambeau is currently leading the PGA Tour in terms of serving distance this season. The Masters last weekend, DeChambeau was still in form, swinging his driver averaging 324.4 yards. Meanwhile at the European Tour, the best golfer was Wilco Nienaber, with a peak of 336.89 yards.

On November 20, at the same time RSM Classic opened on Sea Island Stadium in Georgia, the old continent’s tournament system also started the Joburg Open event in South Africa. When Wilco Nienaber reached the 597-yard 4-par 5 hole, the 20-year-old golfer’s kick exceeded his own average and DeChambeau’s average distance by over 100 yards, to be exact 439 yards from the white tee. Randpark Golf Club. Even Nienaber’s batting was 16 yards longer with the longest-hit PGA Tour player recorded for the 2020-2021 season, Connor Syme with 423 yards at the US Open in September.
If the ball did not hit the left rough, Nienaber’s driver could have broken the European Tour record set by Nicolas Colsaert, with 447 yards in 2014. After the first round of the Joburg Open, Nienaber kept the top of the group with the round. 63 strokes (-8).
Thanks to weight gain and hard work out, Bryson DeChambeau created an impressive advantage in his ability to hit drivers. However, the “golfer” has issued warnings to players who are intending to act this way.


The American golfer kicks off nearly 91 meters high

Not only creating the impression of horizontal distance, Kyle Berkshire’s swing of the driving force stick also takes the ball to new heights.

Berkshire may be a six-time long-distance soccer event champion, including the 2019 World Long Drive Championship crowning with 406 yards within the final. The Berkshire record ever recorded during this contest is 492 yards.Recently, the golfer born in 1996 also recorded a “record” of high altitude. “This is one among the very best hits I’ve ever hit. it’s nearly 300 feet (91.44 m) tall and flies within the air for about 10 seconds, ”Berkshire said of the new feat on Instagram. consistent with the technical information display at the Drive Shack training ground in West Palm Beach, Florida, from the time the club head touched the ball to the landing, the ball was within the air for 14.5 seconds. the utmost height of the ball was 270 feet (82.3 m), flew 224 yards and continued rolling another 4 yards. Launch angle is at 27.9 degrees while ball speech reaches 169 mph, or 272 km / h.With these numbers, the ball might not get on green as is usually seen. “Would like to see the ball that this high kick left,” Berkshire added on his personal account. especially, the “long-range pitcher” at the PGA Tour Bryson DeChambeau liked the Berkshire post. Considered to be a comparatively safe sport within the context of epidemics, golf business is booming quite ever within the country with the most important number of golf courses within the world.

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21 golfers scored negative in the first round of the US Open 2020

Justin Thomas lead with a score of -5, while another 20 golfers hit below par70 in the opening round of the major at West Winged Foot, New York.
Thomas’s 65-stroke record on September 17 was the culmination of six US Opens held at West Winged Foot. The previous record belonged to Fuzzy Zoeller, with 66 strokes, in the second round of 1984.
“It’s fun to have 65 strokes in any field. But, at Winged Foot it is of so much happiness,” Thomas said. “This is such an outstanding movement for my next three days. However, if the score is positive in the first round, the opportunity will not necessarily be closed.”

Standing after Thomas was the T2 group of Patrick Reed, Thomas Pieters and Matthew Wolff reached -4 together. Next is T5 at point -3, including Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood and Louis Oosthuizen.
T8 is six people and T16 is eight people, with one stick difference decreasing. Then there were 123 people from even par to the bottom of the table. In which, the bottom score of +10 belonged to Lukas Michel, an amateur golfer attending the award at the invitation of the governing body – the American Golf Association (USGA). Phil Mickelon, the owner of the “sad” memory to earn six times second position to the US Open, is at T142, standing second.
Tiger Woods stands at T71 at +3, next to the famous players like Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose, and Jordan Spieth. Johnson recently won the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup and won the “Best Golfer” of the PGA Tour and ended the 2019-2020 season at the top of the world table. And defending champion Gary Woodland stood T92 with +4, right after the 36-hole cut line according to PGA Tour.