Hulking golfer Bryson DeChambeau continues to stun the sport after accidentally snapping his driver after a whopping shot.
DeChambeau left golf fans stunned with his body transformation after putting on muscle during the coronavirus pandemic break, which has helped him hit monster drives in recent weeks.
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He has also become a must-watch personality after numerous outbursts in recent competitions.
DeChambeau was involved in a 10-shot meltdown most recently during the second round at the Memorial, which he labelled an official’s ruling as “garbage”.
At the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Classic engaged in a four-minute debate with officials after he wanted a drop away from what he claimed was a colony of fire ants.
But in his latest incident didn’t appear to be anything other than an impressive swing and an accident.
DeChambeau blasted a 300-yard drive, which the commentator described going ‘a mile in the air’.
But when DeChambeau bent down to pick up his tee, the head of the golf club snapped off.
DeChambeau laughs off driver snap
Commentators and DeChambeau couldn’t help but have a laugh at the freak incident.
“It was bound to break,” DeChambeau told his caddy.
“I’ve been using it a long time.”
After the first day, Aussie Jason Day leads the way with a five-under-par 65, tied with American Brendon Todd.
It was Day’s best ever opening round in a PGA Championship.
Brooks Koepka sits one shot behind the leaders along with eight others.