FINALLY, A METHOD THAT WORKS
Most PGA Tour Swings are moment to moment iterations born of a paper trail that leads back to the players amateur days.
Other golf swings, the rarest kind, have been thoughtfully pieced together never deviating from the most important value in golf; functionality.
See, when intelligently designed: functionality leads to predictability and predictability leads to mental permission and mental permission leads to entitlement. The essence of winning in sport is entitlement by virtue of the confident self however that confidence may have been created.
Methods in golf tend to come and go. Their origin is normally found residing in a new movement or drill that a PGA Tour player is performing successfully relative to them. I say relative to them because the failure of 99% of methods is that they are then used by the drones on the range who like to chase shiny objects.
One cannot accuse Bryson DeChambeau of this. He has crafted and assembled his golf swing as though he’d spent five years training in an IKEA assembly factory line. Its efficient, it’s powerful and every part of it has meaning and functionality.
It can rightfully be called a method that truly works.
Unlike the aforementioned ‘shiny object’ methods (like Stack and Tilt), Bryson has not obsessed over a magic bullet; a ‘one move’ solution to cure all other moves.
No, Bryson DeChambeau, as agrestic as he may look, has created a magic gun and by golly, he’s got the mental permission to use it.