Bryson DeChambeau has been very vocal about the fact that he is transforming his body into what essentially is a human boulder. The man has put on some mass, to say the very least and given the fact that the golf world was put on pause for almost three months, the 26-year-old has apparently been lifting everything in sight.
While he’s been streaming on Twitch quite a bit and showing off his new look with some Instagram selfies, I think everyone was a bit surprised to see just how big DeChambeau was when he stepped on the first tee at the Charles Schwab Challenge on Thursday. We can now confirm that the man is, indeed, thicc.
Here’s to hoping that DeChambeau did coordinate the outfit this morning and actually wanted to make it look as if he was wearing a weight lifting belt.
DeChambeau, the No. 13 player in the world, took an iron off the 10th hole, his first of the day, but pulled out the driver on the 11th tee missing the fairway but launching it 354 yards. He leads the Tour in average driving distance poking it out there 321.3 yards on average.
This past August, during a six-week break, he announced to the world that he was going to “come back next year and look like a different person.” In April DeChambeau shared an Instagram story showing that he currently weighed in at 239 pounds, which is a giant jump from the 195 pounds he weighed in September.
Mission accomplished, Bryson.