Bryson DeChambeau wins long-drive title at PGA Championship


ST. LOUIS – For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

Tuesday at Bellerive, golf’s “Mad Scientist,” Bryson DeChambeau, put on an impressive display of physics, winning the PGA Championship’s Long Drive Contest.

DeChambeau’s drive on Bellerive’s 508-yard par-4 10th hole measured 331 yards as DeChambeau beat out Peter Uihlein (328), Tony Finau (324) and others.

Here’s video of the swing:

Whether or not DeChambeau can add another title this Sunday remains to be seen. The 24-year-old is not only battling for his first major but also a spot on his first U.S. Ryder Cup team.

DeChambeau is currently ninth in points.

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