Bryson is a thinker. He challenges the norm and is continually looking for new and better ways to play the game of golf.
He floats his golf balls in water with Epsom salts to make sure they have a correct centre of gravity.
He had been using a drawing compass on course, drawing circles that help him determine more exact pin positions. The USGA has recently ruled that this is a rule violation and can’t be continued during tournament rounds.
He decides whether or not to leave the flag in when putting dependent on the COR (coefficient of restitution) of the flagstick. Now that’s science!
He works on his breathing techniques attempting to get his brain into a parasympathetic state rather than a sympathetic state. This is intended to reduce stress levels, especially in high stress moments.
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