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 RBC Canadian Open:
Longest drive: Charley Hoffman, 397 yards
Hoffman's career year continued with a T-7 in Canadian, his six top-10 finish this season. Through 22 events, the 37-year-old has earned $3.2 million. His previous career best: $2.6 million in 24 events in 2010.
Driving distance: Bubba Watson, 339.5 yards
Watson led this category at Glen Abbey, but champion Jason Day's week-long average of 321 yards was the highest by a champion in the Tour's ShotLink era (since 2003). Dustin Johnson leads this category for the season at 318.2 yards.
Recent leaders: Jason Day, 316.9 yards (Open Championship); Robert Garrigus, 313.8 (John Deere Classic);
Carry distance: Bubba Watson, 320.6 yards
Here, too, Bubba led, and here, too, Dustin Johnson owns the Tour's best average at 308.5 yards. DJ has led in this category every week since the WGC win at Doral.
Recent leaders: Andrew Loupe, 313.1 yards (Open Championship); Harris English, 299.8 yards (John Deere Classic)
Clubhead speed: Brooks Koepka, 126.72 mph
Koepka started the final round three shots back of the lead but slipped all the way to a tie for 18th with a Sunday 74. Beljan leads this metric at 124.12 mph.
Ball speed: Bubba Watson, 187.18 mph
Watson ball speed in Canada was actually 2.6 mph faster than his Tour-leading average of 184.57. Bubba has own the Tour's fastest speed on average for all but two weeks in 2015.
Recent leaders: Charlie Beljan, 184.48 mph (Barbasol Championship); Hudson Swafford, 178.42 mph (John Deere Classic)