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DeChambeau tried "shorter" Wedges and it was a NO GO

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  • #16
    Originally posted by Richd View Post

    i think i read somewhere that its bent upright to the point of being barely legal. maybe it had to be reinforced.

    i hear him say in his interview that 40 inch driver will be in the bag soon
    48 inch.
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    • #17
      72* is the norm. but it does look like his must be close to 80*, which is the extreme end of legal .

      Rumour has it he is testing 48" driver. Why is a good guess. Maybe it's a psych-ops ploy against the players..
      things change

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      • #18
        Originally posted by bl8d View Post
        72* is the norm. but it does look like his must be close to 80*, which is the extreme end of legal .

        Rumour has it he is testing 48" driver. Why is a good guess. Maybe it's a psych-ops ploy against the players..
        Cannot find it, but i recall seeing a vid where a long drive competitor faced off 48" vs 45" drivers and distance gain was minimal **BUT** dispersion got worse, so maybe it is the "psych-op" after all
        note to self: Say LESS - listen MORE

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        • #19
          Originally posted by rgk5 View Post

          48 inch.
          oh

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          • #20
            Originally posted by veryold View Post
            Cannot find it, but i recall seeing a vid where a long drive competitor faced off 48" vs 45" drivers and distance gain was minimal **BUT** dispersion got worse, so maybe it is the "psych-op" after all
            Here's where BD has a real advantage - he's got a ton more money than the long drive guys to put towards figuring out how to make this work.

            And... he's got that physics background. So he can bring some of his own ideas forward to the shaft and head OEMs to build him some better gear.
            "Confusion" will be my epitaph
            ...Iggy

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            • #21
              Bryson is a long driver, but not the straightest. So far its his new strength that has allowed him to recover from the crap his driver has put him in.

              If he does go to a 48 he'll have to focus on a shaft that will keep him from gouging his next shot out of the rough, obviously.

              Knowing he is long enough to stay out front, would news of him dialing in a shorter driver for more accuracy not be more intimidating ?
              things change

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