Bryson DeChambeau captured the Middle East golfing community’s imagination with his distinctive ‘Ben Hogan-style’ on-course get up, engaging media appearances, and, above all, highly impressive golf.

One of the shining lights of last month’s ‘Desert Swing’ was undoubtedly reigning NCAA and US Amateur champion Bryson DeChambeau.

Describing himself as an ‘experimentalist’, the Southern Methodist University (SMU) Physics Major has cut all of his irons to the same length to enable a consistent swing plane. It’s an interesting idea that might not be suitable for everyone, but it certainly seems to work for him.

Worldwide Golf spoke to the American amateur at the Dubai Desert Classic.

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