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Three-time champ Meti chasing a fourth WLD win

Three-time champ Meti chasing a fourth WLD win

Phillis Meti is moving on to the semifinals, in search of her fourth World Long Drive Championship.

Meti moves on with 348-yard bomb in quarters

Meti moves on with 348-yard bomb in quarters

Phillis Meti passes Alex Phillips with a 348-yard drive to advance to the semifinals at the World Long Drive Championship.

Get to know: Three-time WLD champ Phillis Meti

Get to know: Three-time WLD champ Phillis Meti

Get to know three-time Women's World Long Drive champion Phillis Meti.

Brooks bests James in Round of 16 with 424-yard shot

Brooks bests James in Round of 16 with 424-yard shot

Jordan Brooks bests Justin James with 424-yard drive to advance to the Open Division quarterfinals at the World Long Drive Championship.

Get to know: WLD rookie Jordan Brooks

Get to know: WLD rookie Jordan Brooks

Meet World Long Drive rookie Jordan Brooks.

'Didn't break a sweat': Moose takes down Koch with one swing

'Didn't break a sweat': Moose takes down Koch with one swing

Justin Moose out drives Josh Koch to advance to the Open Division quarterfinals at the World Long Drive Championship.

View from above: Costello's mammoth 455-yard blast

View from above: Costello's mammoth 455-yard blast

Check out this overhead shot of Mark Costello's 455-yard drive from Tuesday at the World Long Drive Championship.

Is that good? Costello pummels 455-yard drive to advance

Is that good? Costello mashes 455-yard drive

Mark Costello tops Wes Patterson with a mammoth 455-yard drive to advance to the Open Division quarterfinals at the World Long Drive Championship.

Berkshire jokes that he was grateful for the extra practice

Berkshire jokes that he was grateful for the extra practice

Kyle Berkshire sizes up his win over Tommy Hug in the Round of 16 at the World Long Drive Championship.

Magic 8 Ball: After 7 OBs, Berkshire saved by 426-yarder

Magic 8 Ball: After 7 OBs, Berkshire saved by 426-yarder

Kyle Berkshire needed all eight balls Tuesday night to survive his Round of 16 matchup with Tommy Hug.