Bryson DeChambeau before and after body transformation sees Masters star gain 20kg of muscle and hit monster drives

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BRYSON DeCHAMBEAU transformed himself into a big-hitting monster after packing on 20kg of muscle in just nine months as part of a stunning body transformation.

The world No 5 ballooned to just over 17st (107kg) and went up from a size medium shirt to extra large after pumping iron in the gym.

DeChambeau looks totally different after packing on 20kg of muscle following loads of work with weights in the gym

And he has seen the length of his drives increase massively, as evident by the gigantic 365 yard bomb he hit during the second round of the Charles Schwab Challenge last June.

That was just one of NINE drives over 300 yards during a second straight round of five-under 65.

His average drive now goes more than 320 yards – the longest on the PGA Tour by more than a yard.

DeChambeau – who gained 20lbs of muscle in lockdown alone – swings the driver at just shy of 140mph and the ball leaves his clubface at more than 200mph.

Eat your heart out, Lewis Hamilton.

DeChambeau – who is known as the ‘mad scientist’ because of the complex way he plays the game – looks totally different to the skinny kid who joined the tour in 2016.

The 27-year-old has previously been blasted by followers and other players because of slow play.

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