It would appear as if the student has become the teacher.
On Wednesday at the Tour Championship, Bryson DeChambeau and Tiger Woods worked together and talked at length on the putting green, resulting in the former giving the latter a putting lesson that focussed on posture and alignment.
“Tiger and I were discussing neck movement and how it sets up your perceived equilibrium when putting,” DeChambeau teased on his Instagram. “More in Stories for those interested.”
Who wouldn’t be interested in what the greatest golfer of his generation is learning about perceived equilibrium when putting from one of the most fascinating and talented players on the PGA Tour today?
Golf.com’s Dylan Dethier headed to DeChambeau’s Instagram stories to capture the video of the lesson.
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DeChambeau explains to Tiger how he likes to set up to the ball and where his eye position is over the ball.
Whether or not Woods will take anything at all from the impromptu session remains to be seen, but two of the game’s most curious students talking over putting philosophy is golf nerd heaven.