Friday

Longest Driver on the PGA Tour

So who had the best average drive for distance on the PGA Tour this year? Let's find out. It had to be John Daly right? No. Tiger? No. Maybe Brett Wetterich? Guess again. Yes, Bubba Watson, the man with the best name on the PGA Tour had the longest average drive on the PGA tour this year. He averaged 315.2 yards over 70 rounds according to pgatour.com. Tiger was tied for tenth on the list with a 302.4 yard average drive over 63 rounds.

It's been said that Watson uses a Ping G5 driver.

Would you like to emulate Bubba Watson's swing? Here is a slow-mo video of Bubba's swing, as found on YouTube:

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