Bryson DeChambeau plans to “release the monster” at the US PGA Title this week in a bid to tame the longest course in significant title history.
The Sea Course at Kiawah Island Resort in South Carolina can play to a greatest 7,876 yards.
DeChambeau, who drives the PGA Visit in driving distance with a normal of 322 yards, additionally cautioned the individuals who don’t hit it long will be in for a “extreme week”.
“This green is a monster,” said the US Open hero.
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DeChambeau added: “I would say there are openings that you can’t follow. Number four is an extraordinary model. For most folks I watched players hitting mixtures and 3-woods in (to the green) throughout the day today, and that is difficult.
“Generally, discussing outsiders is somewhat cool. We talk about this game so a lot, it’s ideal to have the option to discuss something other than what’s expected. Being unique, I’m utilized to it.”
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