Bryson DeChambeau, ahead of the Masters earlier this month, described how he, as the longest hitter on the PGA Tour, could “become obsolete potentially.”
“I think as time goes on, there’s not much more to gain from the technology side of golf club manufacturing, building,” DeChambeau said. “There are little things we can do, but where the massive gains will be is in athletes. Once you get somebody out here that’s a 7-foot-tall human being and they are able to swing a golf club at 145 miles an hour effortlessly, that’s when things get a little interesting.”
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