Original title: Wheat: Increased distance is not affected by De Chambord, just wants to keep up with the development of golf
On October 15, Beijing time, last week, Northern Ireland player Rory McIlroy posted a photo of the simulator display on his social media account, which caused heated discussion because the data showed that he changed the driver behind. , The ball speed has reached 191 miles per hour, catching up with Bryson De Chambord. Not long ago when De Chambeau won the U.S. Open he was "sour" disdainful, but now he admits that he is still catching up with the former's kick-off speed.
北京时间10月15日，即上周，北爱尔兰球员罗里·麦克罗伊（Rory McIlroy）在他的社交媒体帐户上张贴了模拟器显示屏的照片，这引起了热烈的讨论，因为数据显示他更换了驾驶员。 ，球的速度达到了每小时191英里，追上了Bryson De Chambord。不久前De Chambeau赢得美国公开赛时，他“酸”得不屑一顾，但现在他承认自己仍在追赶前者的开球速度。
"I think in the game, distance has always been the advantage," McIlroy said at the CJ Cup this week. "My distance has always been very far. I hope I can play far enough when I need it." But McIlroy clarified that his recent continuous practice distance is not necessarily related to De Chambeau's performance on the wing feet a few weeks ago, but this The training method of a new US Open champion aroused his interest.
"Bryson kept hitting the ball to the net during training speed. No matter where the ball flies, he just speeds up his swing and body movement as much as possible, regardless of the goal, before proceeding to the next step. In the last two weeks My speed has reached its peak, and so has the speed of my body movement."
McIlroy also expressed his opinion on whether his current distance increase has reached a critical point. "That’s how the game is. I saw an article published in the Wall Street Journal last weekend. It’s a good point. The article states that almost all sports have become faster, farther and stronger. I think Golf is no different, I just want to keep up with its development."