A not-so-friendly long drive competition

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Long drive champion Jamie Sadlowski joined Gary Williams for a friendly competition in the Golf Channel studios. One drive by Sadlowski was all it took to put a hole through the simulator and an end to the game.

Here are a few notable stats about the RE/MAX World Long Drive Contest and how they stack up against players on the PGA Tour:

• Highest recorded club speed at RE/MAX WLDC is 150 mph by Jamie Sadlowski during the quarterfinals in 2010.

• Highest recorded ball speed at RE/MAX WLDC is 224.9 mph by Ryan Louw during the quarterfinals of in 2010.

• Highest recorded ball speed during a PGA/European Tour event is 191 mph by Tiger Woods during the 2006 British Open. 

• Average Club Speed on the PGA Tour in 2012 is 113 mph. The highest average is Bubba Watson at 125 mph.

• Average Ball Speed on the PGA Tour in 2012 is 167 mph. The highest average is Bubba Watson at 185 mph.

For more information on the RE/MAX WLDC, visit their website.