Bryson DeChambeau was once again the big talking point at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, after he managed to better his drive from the previous day on the par-5 sixth hole.
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During his final round, Bryson DeChambeau became the main talking point once again, as he smashed his drive a colossal 377-yards over the lake at the par-5 sixth hole.
In his third round, the American had managed a 368-yard drive on his way to a birdie four, but in his fourth round DeChambeau managed to better it.
DeChambeau had been hinting in the build-up to the tournament that the 555-yard hole was in-fact driveable, with it being a 350-yard carry over the lake.
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Although the American didn’t go for the green, he still managed a huge drive of 377-yards, carrying the lake and leaving himself only 88-yards for his second shot.
DeChambeau’s playing partner, Lee Westwood, took a more conservative route off of the sixth tee, hitting a 305-yard drive that left him 255-yards in, A full 167-yard difference.
Watch Westwood’s great reaction to his drive on the sixth:
Despite the difference in distance, their second shots finished only a yard apart from one another, coming to rest just to the right of the greenside bunker.
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The pair would both hit good pitch shots and hole their birdie putts to keep ahead of the chasing pack.