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Byson Demchambeau hit the paint off his ball

The PGA Tour rules official Mark Russell explained: The player failed to include in his score for the first round the ‘loss of hole’ penalty stroke incurred as a result of having caused damage to a wall by hitting his ball (Rule 19-1a). Once the player has completed the round, he must add this penalty under Rule 6-6d(i) in determining his score for the hole. He played from a wrong place and received a bad lie when he hit from where his ball was at rest. He had to go back and hit from the correct place. He will play his next stroke from this spot and he will also be playing two penalty strokes.

What golf ball does bryson dechambeau use

Byson uses the Bridgestone B330-RX golf ball. The RX stands for “Round X-Out”. Bryson was endorsed by One Putt Short in 2011, when he was just 14 years old, but switched to Vokey Design in 2014 after One Putt Short folded. Bryson is a great player and we’re proud to still be part of his team,” said Vokey’s Senior Director of Marketing & Business Development, Kevin Davis in 2014. We look forward to seeing him work alongside [Vokey staffers] Scotty [Cameron], Dave [Philp], Terry [McManus], Ernie [Els] and the rest of our design team.

Describe the golfer and his impressive skills

Bryson is a 20 year old PGA golfer. He’s won 3 college championships while attending Southern Methodist University and the US amateur championship. In May 2017, he became number one in the world amateur ranking on golf week . He turned pro later that year in October 2017. He is a very young and talented player. He is also known for his eccentric but smart off the course fashion choices which include vests, knickers and top hats.

Discuss the swing that led to the amazing shot

Bryson has a very interesting and different swing. He is known to shuffle his feet forwards and backwards before he even takes the club back. He keeps his left arm straight throughout the entire downswing, but wheels his hips facing outwards as if he were throwing something underhanded, then makes a full body turn at the end of the follow through, looking as if he were about to pass out. The PGA Tour rules official Mark Russell explained

Quote experts who are in awe of Byson’s talent

The first and second swings were on plane and he didn’t change his address position at all on either of them. He’s a very smart player and knows what he is doing. He does change his address position on attempt three which is when this occurred. It really takes a lot of talent to be able to hit the ball in the exact same spot three times, even if it’s for practice purposes. It must have been very satisfying for Byson after all that hard work.

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The PGA Tour rules official Mark Russell explained: “The player failed to include in his score for the first round the ‘loss of hole’ penalty stroke incurred as a result of having caused damage to a wall by hitting his ball (Rule 19-1a). Once the player has completed the round, he must add this penalty under Rule 6-6d(i) in determining his score for the hole. He played from a wrong place and received a bad lie when he hit from where his ball was at rest. He had to go back and hit from the correct place. He will play his next stroke from this spot and he will also be playing two penalty strokes.”