TEE TIME: Same-length shafts could benefit some golfers

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Tee Time

By Dennis George

Bryson DeChambeau made a big splash when he arrived on the professional golf scene in 2016.

It wasn’t just because he is only one of five golfers to win an NCAA title and the U.S. Amateur crown in the same year. (Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and Ryan Moore are the others.)

Instead, DeChambeau, who finished 21st in the 2016 Masters as an amateur, has garnered a lot of attention for something else.

DeChambeau, who majored in physics at Southern Methodist University, plays with irons that are built with the same-length shafts.

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