There's no doubt that Bryson DeChambeau is one of the most compelling figures in golf, but how long he will be able to maintain his pace of pushing the boundaries of what we know to be possible in golf remains a question mark. In this episode, host Sean Fairholm and fellow writer Jeremy Schilling break down Bryson from every angle and offer their opinions on what his journey means for the future of the sport.

1:50 — Sean answers a Q&A about bunker play and gives a neat trick on how to know whether you are using the bounce of your wedge correctly.

3:06 — Sean and Jeremy begin their discussion about why Bryson chose to transform his body and where he currently stands as a golfer.

6:25 — Is Bryson good or bad for the game of golf? Sean and Jeremy both agree on this one, but it may not be the answer or explanation you think.

8:53 — Will there be more Bryson DeChambeau imitators coming down the pipe line? There are two schools of thought on this, Sean argues.

10:42 — One overlooked piece of Bryson's game has been his short game. Sean and Jeremy take a moment to appreciate the fact that he has needed to putt well in order to win golf tournaments.

13:18 — What challenges lie ahead of him? First things first, will he be able to consume this many calories on a daily basis? Will he get worn down emotionally from continuing to bush the boundaries of what we know to be possible in golf?

15:30 — Bryson has admitted to having "frontal lobe issues"... is this a blip on the radar or are we concerned he could be his own villain? What about his longevity in the game?

24:24 — DeChambeau's use of analytics may uncover some data that all golfers are going to end up using in the near future.