Golfers all over the world feel the De Chambeau effect. Some Mad Scientist fans have started floating their balls in Epson salt baths to see if their center of gravity is in the right place.
Others followed suit and started weight training, consuming 3,500 calories and at least seven protein drinks a day. Some may also have started naming their golf clubs and signing their names backwards. Left handed.
While others scrutinize a set of King Forged Tec One Length 37.5-inch irons, a 5.5-degree Cobra King Speedzone driver, and 14-degree wood planks and Jumbo Max golf grips, they all fit in nicely an attractive, very limited edition of Par & Stripes golf bag for ships.
Most of us forget about the one-plane swing and don’t care much about the “coefficient to return the flagstick,” “zero motion moves,” or “vector putting,” hoping to look like they don’t play the 2020 US Open Champion at Winged Foot and a young golf phenomenon that hits the balls 320 yards from the tee and won over $ 20 million on the PGA Tour, we’re settling for the kind of clothes we wear instead BAD (Bryson Aldrich DeChambeau) does.
This means neat Hogan flat driver caps and baseball caps (on non-tournament days), Puma Golf Ignite PWRAdapt golf shoes with cage, bespoke jackpot pants with reversible web belt, Lions, Cloudspun Caddy Strip, Solarized Camo Pattern Road Map and golf polo shirts with azalea pattern. As well as Bridgestone Cabretta leather and mesh Golf Tour B Fit glove and Tour BX golf ball.
Then we’re all ready to step out of the clubhouse and breathe in a way that puts our brains in a parasympathetic state instead of a sympathetic state, knowing that we’ve done everything – as far as clothing goes – to calm our brain waves . Just like Bryson.