Single Length Irons help lead Bryson DeChambeau to NCAA Championship Win | Swing Man Golf

By Swing Man Golf Staff

On Monday, June 1st, Bryson DeChambeau of SMU captured the 2015 NCAA individual golf title at The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, FL by shooting a 1-under 71 (8-under 280 total) for a one-stroke victory over Washington’s Pan Cheng-TsungByrson DeChambeau.

SMU coach Jason Enloe said “he’s the best ball-striker in college for sure, possibly top 20 in the world, like, you could put him against any ball-striker playing for a living. He’d be right there with those guys.”

Interestingly, since 2011, DeChambeau’s has been using irons from 3-iron to lob wedge that are all the same length…coming in at 37.5 inches.

Dechambeau is a physics major and he was concerned about having slightly different postures. Swinging the same way apparently helps him perform better under pressure.

To read more about single length irons, read Jaacob Bowden’s review here.