MASTERS favourite Bryson DeChambeau has revealed the crazy 6000-calorie-a-day diet that helped him pack on 3st of muscle in just nine months.
The golfer – who muscled his way to a memorable six-shot victory at the US Open – won after opting for all-out brawn on the golf course.
And it has so far paid off, with the 26-year-old American smashing a 428-yard drive during the Travelers Championship.
He also went onto win his sixth PGA Tour title at the Rocket Mortgage Classic last month – obliterating Tiger Woods’ long drive record in the process.
His rise in form is down to a new physique which has come about from radically altering the way he eats.
DeChambeau went through his daily diet – which includes a whopping seven protein shakes and is more than double the recommended amount.
He said: “In the mornings I usually have four eggs, five pieces of bacon, some toast and two protein shakes.
“Then throughout the course of the day I’ll have a GoMacro [protein] bar here and there.
“I’ll have a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. I’ll have another protein drink.
“I’ll have at least two protein drinks on the golf course – every six holes. Then after the round I’ll have one.