Each week on GolfChannel.com, we’ll take a detailed look at the players who pounded the farthest and fastest drives on the PGA Tour. Here are the five most important distance-related stats from the 2015 Deutsche Bank Championship.
Longest drive: Bubba Watson, 371 yards
Watson hit the Tour's farthest drive for the second consecutive week and for the 10th time this year.
Recent leaders: Daniel Berger, 390 yards (The Barclays); Paul Casey and Steve Wheatcroft, 359 yards (Wyndham Championship)
Driving distance: Bubba Watson, 338.4 yards
Bubba led in driving distance for the second consecutive week but still trails Dustin Johnson's season-long average of 319 yards.
Recent leaders: Bubba Watson, 331.5 yards (The Barclays); Brooks Koepka, 317.1 yards (Wyndham Championship)
Carry distance: Jason Day, 298.1 yards
Day hasn't posted a result worse than T-12, which is where finished at TPC Boston, since missing the cut at the Memorial. That's seven straight top 12s, with three wins, including a major.
Recent leaders: Dustin Johnson, 315.3 yards (The Barclays); Brooks Koepka, 310.3 yards (Wyndham Championship)
Clubhead speed: Bubba Watson, 122.30 mph
Bubba led this metric as well for the second straight week en route to a T-29 finish at the Deutsche.
Recent leaders: Bubba Watson,124.34 mph (The Barclays); Brooks Koepka, 124.06 mph (Wyndham Championship)
Ball Speed: Bubba Watson, 185.60 mph
Naturally, he was the fastest this week - and last week - because he's the fastest on Tour. averaging 185.60 mph this season.
Recent leaders: Bubba Watson, 184.56 mph (The Barclays); Brooks Koepka, 182.37 mph (Wyndham Championship)