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 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial.
Longest drive: Adam Scott, 339 yards
The 2014 champion couldn't take advantage of Sunday's preferred lies, turning in a even-par 70 in the final round to tie for 24th in his title defense.
Driving distance: Shawn Stefani, 297.5 yards
Stefani continued his solid play this season, cracking his ninth top-25 in 17 starts with a T-19 at Colonial.
Recent leaders: Rory McIlroy, 321.1 yards (Wells Fargo Championship); Dustin Johnson, 311.5 yards (The Players)
Carry distance: Tony Finau, 301.7 yards
This is the fifth time Finau has led an event this season in carry distance. He's second on Tour in driving distance, behind only Dustin Johnson, at 307.4 yards.
Recent leaders: Patrick Rodgers, 306.9 yards (Wells Fargo Championship); Dustin Johnson, 304.7 yards (The Players)
Clubhead speed: Tony Finau, 123.43 mph
Finau led this category for the second consecutive week and continues to lead the Tour with an average of 124.05 mph.
Recent leaders: Tony Finau, 122.73 mph (Wells Fargo Championship); Jhonattan Vegas, 124.8 mph (The Players)
Ball speed: Tony Finau, 183.29 mph
After two missed cuts, Finau has bounced back in his last two events with a T-16 and a T-19. Bubba Watson leads this category for the season at 184.10 mph