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TOP FIVE LIV GOLF BIG HITTERS: Who dominated with the driver in Valderrama?

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The LIV Golf League's longest hitters flexed their muscle at the historic Valderrama Golf Club this weekend, but who came out on top?

Leading the pack with a jaw-dropping average distance was David Puig. The Spaniard produced an incredible average drive of 327.7 yards over the course of three rounds securing him the top spot on the driving leaderboard. With mind-boggling consistency, Puig recorded longest distances of 364.3 yards, 334.4 yards, and 373.6 yards in each of the three rounds respectively.

Hot on Puig's heels is Peter Uihlein, who held firm in second place. Uihlein's swing propelled the ball an average distance of 326 yards per drive, impressing spectators with remarkable distances of 334.6 yards, 382.7 yards, and 336.5 yards in each round respectively.

Not to be outdone, the renowned Dustin Johnson secured the third spot on the leaderboard. Johnson's average drive of 323.9 yards showcased the exceptional talent that has made him a household name in the world of golf. Distances of 349.5 yards, 354.4 yards, and 371.7 yards further demonstrated the unyielding strength he possesses off the tee.

Jason Kokrak, known for his booming drives, secured the fourth spot on the leaderboard. With an average drive of 318.9 yards, Kokrak provided rounds of 334.6 yards, 358.3 yards, and 344.6 yards highlighting his tremendous ability to consistently hit massive shots.

Rounding out the top five is the indomitable Brooks Koepka. With an average drive of 318.3 yards, Koepka's return to form was reinforced. Consistently crushing the ball with distances of 318.5 yards, 351.0 yards, and 349.1 yards recorded in each round, Koepka demonstrated why he is considered one of the most dominant players in the game.

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