Bryson DeChambeau's crazy way to putt

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BRYSON DECHAMBEAU

In October, it was reported that Bryson DeChambeau was ‘seriously considering’ changing to a side-saddle putting technique.


And, ahead of this week’s Franklin Templeton Shootout, it finally looks as though the 23-year-old will put it into action as he looks to replicate the method made famous by Sam Snead in the 1960s.

Another player known to have experimented with side-saddle putting is South Korean K.J. Choi, who used the technique in back-to-back weeks in 2010 at the John Deere Classic and Open Championship. He missed the cut in both events.

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DeChambeau is paired with fellow Puma athlete Lexi Thompson – the only female golfer in the field – for the unofficial PGA Tour money event, with it the ideal place for the American to put this technique into tournament practice.

Check it out below.


Bryson DeChambeau's new putting technique


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