History of the Loop

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Norm DeChambeau Speech
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"Why be nervous?" said DeChambeau, whose deep tan is explained by his California roots. "There's no expectations. I'm not worried about anything. If I hit a bad shot I've got an opportunity to show my grace and my character. In that situation, there's no downside to it." Day Care

DeChambeau may just be the most unique, colorful golfer around.

He's a physics student at Southern Methodist University who has devised his own way of playing golf. It includes modifying all of his irons so they are the same length, lie, angle and bounce - the only difference between them is the loft - and means he can keep the same posture and set-up; hitting two different drives that he has named The Fairway Finder and the Crank Ball; using water and Epsom salts to establish which of his golf balls are slightly flawed so they can be discarded; and adopting a putting routine in which he crouches and extends his putter as if fly-fishing.