How to watch Bryson DeChambeau in the World Long Drive on Wednesday

Bryson DeChambeau hold finish after drive at 2021 Tour Championship

Bryson DeChambeau is the longest driver on the PGA Tour, now he's trying to top the best at the World Long Drive Championships.

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PGA Tour star and 2020 U.S. Open Champion Bryson DeChambeau is competing in the World Long Drive Championships this week, just days after playing a big part in the U.S. Ryder Cup team’s win at Whistling Straits.

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Bryson DeChambeau dazzled at the World Long Drive Championships, but can he actually contend?
By: James Colgan

After flying from Wisconsin to Mesquite, Nev. for the event, officially known as the Professional Long Driver’s Association World Long Drive Championships, DeChambeau impressed everyone, even himself, in blasting several 400-yard drives to make it through Tuesday’s opening round.

The large starting field has now been trimmed to 64, with Bryson among the fortunate group to survive to smash another day. Now Bryson and the rest of the long drivers are set for Day 2 on Wednesday.

How to watch World Long Drive Championships on Wednesday

Unfortunately, this year’s World Long Drive Championships isn’t being televised, but there’s still a way to catch the action from the comfort of your home. The PLDA Youtube page is running daily livestreams of the tournament, so you can watch every swing.

The second round will consist of four groups of 16 players fighting for a chance to move on to the round of 32. The top eight performers in each group will advance. The first group starts Wednesday’s action at 11:30 a.m. ET (8:30 a.m. local time). DeChambeau will compete in Group 4 on Wednesday, starting at 6:45 p.m. ET.

You can watch Bryson’s entire performance via the livestream below.

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