All the longest drives from 2021 on the PGA TOUR

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PGA TOUR published this video item, entitled “All the longest drives from 2021 on the PGA TOUR” – below is their description.

Check out all the longest drives televised on the PGA TOUR in 2021, featuring multiple drives over 400 yards and incredible shot shaping from Bryson DeChambeau, Matthew Wolff, Jon Rahm and more.

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