Anytime Bryson DeChambeau finds himself in contention at a golf tournament, the conversation inevitably turns to his to his unconventional golf swing.

Admittedly, it is a fascinating philosophy (one I explain here), but Bryson’s most important recent innovation has nothing to do with his full swing. Rather, it concerns his putting.

Bryson’s always been a good ball striker; it’s his putting that has been the problem. He struggled with it so badly at the end of last season that he adopted a side-saddle approach.

LA QUINTA, CA – JANUARY 19: Bryson Dechambeau putts on the fourth hole during the first round of the CareerBuilder Challenge in Partnership with The Clinton Foundation on the Jack Nicklaus Tournament course at PGA West on January 19, 2017 in La Quinta, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) ORG XMIT: 686966251 ORIG FILE ID: 632119224

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But after running into some rules issues, Bryson adopted a new style: Arm-anchoring. It’s been around for a while — Bernhard Langer used it to win the 1993 Masters — and more recently, Matt Kuchar used the method to …read more

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