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Who is the longest driver on PGA Tour?

Who is the longest driver on PGA Tour?

Cameron Champ, an American golfer from California, tops the list of the longest average driving distance on the PGA tour in 2022. He had an average driving distance of 323.5 yards, just ahead of Wyndham Clark in second place.

How far was John Daly’s longest drive?

More about John Daly’s driving distance John Daly hit the longest recorded drive of the 1992 season. It went 308 yards.

What golfer has the longest drive?

Longest Drives

1 1 Scott Stallings
2 2 Adam Schenk
T3 T3 Stephan Jaeger
T3 T3 Jon Rahm

What was John Daly driving average?

In 1991, John Daly started his reign as the Tour’s long-drive leader. In 1997, he became the first to break the 300-yard average barrier. He did it four more times, including his final season as the top driver in 2002, when his season-long driving average was 306.8.

Who has the longest drive on the PGA Tour?

Longest Drives RANK THIS WEEK RANK LAST WEEK PLAYER NAME TOURNAMENT COURSE 1 1 Lee Westwood Byron Nelson 894 2 2 Cameron Champ Sentry 656 3 3 Connor Syme U.S. Open (2020) 891 4 4 Dustin Johnson U.S. Open (2020) 891

Who is the biggest hitter on the PGA Tour?

Bryson DeChambeau is the biggest hitter on the PGA Tour, but which other players make up the top 10? Sign up for our daily newsletter! With new drivers being released left, right and centre, you’ll start to see the biggest names in the world with a new driver in their hand.

What is the largest gap in PGA Tour history?

The smallest gap was 35. 3 yards, in 1984 (Bill Glasson was longest, at 276. 5 yards, and Bill Rogers was shortest, at 241. 2 yards), while the biggest gap was 60. 2 yards, in 2005 (Scott Hend was longest, at 318. 9, and Corey Pavin was shortest, at 258. 7). The margin did shrink to 35. 8 in 2013.

Are tour’s longest drivers hitting it longer?

In the 2020 season, that margin was 44.2. In 2005, it was 60.2. As the Tour begins 2021 play next week at the Tournament of Champions, its longest drivers are hitting it longer. The shortest are, too. But the gap between biggest and smallest has also grown.