How to watch Bryson DeChambeau in the World Long Drive on Thursday
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Bryson DeChambeau is making waves this week at the World Long Drive Championships. As the first full-time PGA Tour player to compete in the event, expectations were pretty low. By as of Thursday morning, no one is questioning DeChambeau’s skill in the long-drive department.
Days removed from an epic Ryder Cup victory as part of the U.S. team, DeChambeau entered the first day of competition on Tuesday and comfortably rode multiple 400-yard blasts to advance to Wednesday’s Round of 64.
On Day 2, the remaining competitors were split into four 16-man groups, with the top eight performers from each advancing to the Round of 32. Fighting through a stiff wind, DeChambeau hit several bombs, the longest registering 355 yards, to finish second in his group, easily advancing to Day 3 on Thursday.
How to watch World Long Drive Championships on Thursday
For Thursday’s round, the field is divided into two groups of 16, with the top eight from each advancing to the championship round on Friday. This year’s World Long Drive Championships isn’t broadcast on TV, but you can still watch every swing Bryson and the rest of the players hit on Thursday via the PLDA Youtube page, which is running daily livestreams of the tournament.
DeChambeau will compete in the second group on Thursday, beginning at 6:45 p.m. ET (3:45 p.m. local time). Watch the entire third day of action at the World Long Drive below: