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Bryson DeChambeau has gone through a revolutionary period in his career in recent years, so who is his coach?

The American hasn’t shied away from making changes to his game, particularly in his pursuit to maximise swing speed and distance.

But to get there, DeChambeau has enlisted the help of a few coaches, and his swing coach is currently getting assistance from a number two.

So, here’s the coaches behind DeChambeau’s rise to becoming a major champion.

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DeChambeau turned professional immediately after the Masters in 2016 and now plies his trade on LIV Golf.

In between that, the Crushers GC captain lifted multiple PGA Tour and DP World Tour titles, as well as winning the US Open in 2020.

And helping him achieve his goals – at large – is swing instructor Mike Schy. He owns his own performance institute, specialising in coaching college and junior players.

Therefore, it is likely the pair met when Bryson was a star college player at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.

Under Schy’s watchful eye, Dechambeau won the NCAA men’s golf title and U.S. Amateur before his first major triumph.

However, they took a break as Bryson began loading up on power and worked with Chris Como.

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“Chris Como works really, really hard for me and helps me think through a lot of amazing things,” DeChambeau said after his US Open win.

“Chris has been here for I’d say about — how long, three, four years. I’ve known him for seven years.

“And to be honest with you, he has done so many great things for me this past year, going through this body transformation, changing my whole golf swing, inspiring me to hit it further.

“He, ultimately, has allowed me to have the confidence to go forward with that thought process, go forward and attack it and not be fearful of it and try and gain speed and try and press the status quo.”

But in 2023, DeChambeau was drawn back to the coaching ways of Schy, who is confident his star pupil will win more majors.

“He’s going to win more than one more major, I’m just not calling multiples this year,” he told Golfweek.

Schy is big on numbers and uses FlightScope a lot in his teaching due to the data and numbers created.

He also helped grind down the shafts of DeChambeau’s clubs, creating his one-length irons and is believed to have been the brains behind using larger grips.

While Schy is largely the man behind the swing we see today, he has been assisted by Dana Dahlquist for swing help.

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