Bryson DeChambeau warns he could be hitting new driver even further at the Masters

DeChambeau has been testing a new driver that he hopes to unveil at Augusta

Bryson DeChambeau intends to unveil a new driver at the Masters and warned of "amazing" results during testing sessions since his US Open victory last month.

DeChambeau did not allow himself time off to celebrate his maiden major victory at Winged Foot, where his power strategy paid off as he stormed to a six-shot victory and was the only player to complete 72 holes under par.

He was back at work the following day and had two sessions with fitness coach and biomechanics specialist Greg Roskopf in Colorado before flying to Dallas to continue testing a new driver with a 48-inch shaft - the longest permitted under R&A and USGA regulations.

DeChambeau's massive weight gain and huge hitting have been the talk of the PGA Tour since golf returned after the coronavirus shutdown, and he hinted that he could be driving the ball even further when he gets to Augusta National. ผลบอลสดวันนี้

Ahead of his first start since his US Open win at this week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas, Dechambeau was asked when he stopped reflecting on his breakthrough triumph and got back to the business of "sharpening his game".

"Monday," was DeChambeau's abrupt answer. "That Monday I went to Denver and started working out with Greg immediately. Got two hours in Monday, two hours in Tuesday, and then flew back to Dallas and started testing some longer shafts.