The 2019 World Long Drive season wrapped up in spectacular fashion, with Chloe Garner and Kyle Berkshire cementing themselves as the latest duo to join the select club of World Long Drive Champions.
Tuesday night’s clash between two past champions in the Masters Division saw Jeff Crittenden claim his second world championship title belt in three years, taking down defending world champion Eddie Fernandes with a 388-yard blast on the final ball of the night.
The two most-recent Masters Division world champions: Eddie Fernandes (2018) and Jeff Crittenden (2017), will meet in tonight’s Masters Division championship match live on Golf Channel.
Stacey Shinnick’s foray into the world of long drive happened purely by happenstance. No one in Shinnick’s family had ever played golf, and when she decided to pick up a club for the first time, she was in her late 20s.
The ultimate stage is set for the longest hitters in the world, as Monday identified the 16 men and eight women that will be on display during Tuesday night’s live primetime telecast of the 44th World Long Drive Championship.
2018 World Long Drive champion Maurice Allen is attempting to become the first repeat winner in the Open Division since Jamie Sadlowski (2008-’09), after advancing on Sunday afternoon to the Round of 32.
Mikael Dubois – winner of the Military Division at the Exchange Celebrating Service: Fort Jackson event in May – was uncertain of whether he’d even be able to compete in the World Long Drive Championship this week.
In anticipation of the 44th annual World Long Drive Championship (August 30-Spetember 4), we’re highlighting a collection of past world champions in a series titled “World Champion Reflections” leading up to this year’s Championship. Next up is two-time world champion Jamie Sadlowski.
In anticipation of the 44th annual World Long Drive Championship (August 30-Spetember 4), we’re highlighting a collection of past world champions in a series titled “World Champion Reflections” leading up to this year’s Championship. Next up is Jason Zuback, winner of a record five world championships.
Berkshire and Belton among hitters who visit Niswonger Children’s Hospital.