How Bryson DeChambeau Gained 50 lbs to Break Tiger Woods' Driving Record | The Assist | GQ Sports

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Golfer Bryson DeChambeau approached trainer Greg Roskopf and told him he wanted to be the longest driver on the PGA tour. A year and a half later, he’s hitting golf balls like he’s Happy Gilmore. Join Greg as he breaks down how he developed the weight training regiment that helped Bryson DeChambeau break Tiger Woods’ record for longest average drive on the tour.

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How Bryson DeChambeau Gained 50 lbs to Break Tiger Woods’ Driving Record | The Assist | GQ Sports