Bryson DeChambeau produced a birdie blitz on the back nine to clinch his first PGA Tour Title at the John Deere Classic. DeChambeau has been the driving force behind Cobra’s One Length Iron and this win just proves there is more than one way to get around the golf course.
Bryson hasn’t mentioned it yet, but we feel Australian golfer Charles Potter (pictured below) may have inspired his last round heroics. Potter fired a scintillating 44 stableford points the day before DeChambeau’s last round.
Potter decided to put Cobra’s ONE length iron in his bag around four weeks ago. Although this wasn’t Potters maiden win on the ‘Northern Tour’, it was clearly pretty special as “it had been a long time between drinks”, said the hard hitting left-hander.
“I can’t believe how comfortable I feel over the ball, especially with a stronger iron. Haven’t felt this comfortable in sport since watching the tigers in the 80’s”
- Charles Potter
One Length Demo Sets available in the pro shop now.