We wrote this about Bryson DeChambeau late last year in a post on golf-club technician Craig Foster:
(Foster) wasn’t taken by surprise when Cobra Golf, a few weeks back, announced its new King F7 One Length and King F7 Forged One Length iron sets featuring traditional lofts from 3-iron through pitching wedge, all at the length of a 7-iron.
Bryson DeChambeau, 23, is the only current PGA Tour pro using all-one-length irons, and he endorses the Cobra sets in ads.
“If he wins a tournament or two and is a solid guy for the next few years,” Foster said, “it could really be the next major change in golf equipment.”
DeChambeau got his first PGA Tour victory a couple weeks ago at the John Deere Classic, and besides a start toward vindication for his still-curious choice of set, it earned him a berth in The Open Championship, his first.
Well: DeChambeau shot 6-over 76 Thursday at Royal Birkdale and 7-over 77 on Friday. He won’t be needing his single-length irons on the weekend.