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Bryson Dechambeau Wins Dubai and Social Media Notes His Club Brush Setup

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He handily won by 7 strokes at Dubai and note this:

 

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Four wins out of last nine worldwide starts.......impressive stuff.....the Mad Scientist is certainly walking the walk and proving all the doubters wrong

Geaux Dechambeau!!!!

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3 hours ago, Herkimer said:

What do you mean by "brush setup?"

It was hanging on the stick in the right of the video. Not sure why it is important though.

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6 hours ago, BallStriker said:

Four wins out of last nine worldwide starts.......impressive stuff.....the Mad Scientist is certainly walking the walk and proving all the doubters wrong

Geaux Dechambeau!!!!

I agree that he is doing his thing.  He had a lot of doubters but I am glad to see that he is getting it done using a more scientific approach to the game.  We are all subject to the science of impact and he definitely knows how to get his body to impact and repeat it.  Good for him.

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He clean his clubs after 2 shots like bubba on the range, because he plays with clean clubs make sense que practice with clean clubs.

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I was chit chatting yesterday with a bunch of golfers. I was surprised to hear that a lot of guys don't like Bryson Dechambeau. I don't have anything against the guy. hmm... maybe its the hat?

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1 minute ago, ChetlovesMer said:

I was chit chatting yesterday with a bunch of golfers. I was surprised to hear that a lot of guys don't like Bryson Dechambeau. I don't have anything against the guy. hmm... maybe its the hat?

I think it was from interviews early on in his career. He came across a bit condescending. He's better now though.

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1 minute ago, boogielicious said:

I think it was from interviews early on in his career. He came across a bit condescending. He's better now though.

Could be. I have to confess I don't watch very many interviews. 

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3 hours ago, nevets88 said:

26% air density yo

 

What could he possibly be using for units? His own? DeChambeau's per cubic Bryson?

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47 minutes ago, boogielicious said:

What could he possibly be using for units? His own? DeChambeau's per cubic Bryson?

Barometric pressure, I assumed.

But if that was the case, I think 26 is near the all-time low, so that doesn't make sense. Barometric pressure is almost always pretty close to 30 isn't it?

<--------- Not a weather guy.

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23 minutes ago, iacas said:

Barometric pressure, I assumed.

But if that was the case, I think 26 is near the all-time low, so that doesn't make sense. Barometric pressure is almost always pretty close to 30 isn't it?

<--------- Not a weather guy.

He would have to be up quite high to have that pressure, ~1000 meters.

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I am not sure that is air density. I think it is barometric pressure. If he is reading 26, then there should be a hurricane. You usually don't see that low of a pressure with out something that major. Especially since Dubai is at sea level (roughly). 

I wonder if it's just some sort of designation he created for quick referencing. 

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In general, a falling barometer indicates the approach of a storm. If the mercury is over 30.20 inches but falling quickly, warmer, cloudier weather is coming. If the mercury continues to fall, the weather will worsen. When the mercury level is between 30.20 and 29.80 inches and dropping rapidly, expect precipitation. If the reading is less than 29.80 inches and still shooting down, a storm will show up within 24 hours.

During fair weather at sea level, the barometer reads 29.53 inches. As of 2010, the lowest air pressure recorded for a hurricane was Gilbert in 1988. Its air pressure was just above 26 inches.

 

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If you are feeling more pressure, that often signals your stress level is rising. However, with air, increasing pressure is typically a good thing; it's an indication of clear weather. Barometers are instruments that display...

 

 

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On 1/29/2019 at 1:36 PM, boogielicious said:

He would have to be up quite high to have that pressure, ~1000 meters.

Or at the center of a tornado!

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Here is an air density calculator - combination of temp, humidity, elevation and barometric pressure.

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Local air density is a very important factor in determinimg wind turbine performance and engine horse power output. Each factor like altitude above sea level, air temperature, humidity, and even barometric pressure due to local weather systems can have significant effect on local air density. 

 

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3 hours ago, Wally Fairway said:

Here is an air density calculator - combination of temp, humidity, elevation and barometric pressure.

 

It still doesn't explain the values he was saying in the video. ""26" what? It's not kg/m^3 or lb/ft^3. 

I still this it was 26 Bryson's per Chambeau.

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