10 of the longest drivers in golf

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    10 long drivers on the European Tour

    1. Wilco Nienaber (Average 340 yards)

    2. Bryson DeChambeau (Average 322 yards)

    3. Dean Burmester (Average 328 yards)

    4. Dustin Johnson (Average 311 yards)

    5. Gavin Green (Average 320 yards)

    6. Min Woo Lee (Average 323 yards)

    7. Lucas Herbert (Average 313 yards)

    8. Ryan Fox (Average 319 yards)

    9. Thomas Pieters (Average 314 yards)

    10. Rory McElroy (Average 318 yards)

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