1.7 yards

In­crease in av­er­age driv­ing dis­tance in

2018 across the world’s seven ma­jor pro­fes­sional golf tours, ac­cord­ing to the U.S. Golf As­so­ci­a­tion and the R&A’s joint fourth An­nual Driv­ing Dis­tance Re­port. Driv­ing in­for­ma­tion was gath­ered from the PGA Tour, Euro­pean Tour, Ja­pan Golf Tour, Tour, PGA Tour Cham­pi­ons, LPGA and Ladies Euro­pean Tour. The most sig­nif­i­cant year-over-year in­crease was the PGA Tour’s from 292.5 to

296.1 yards (1.2 per­cent). The small­est was on the LPGA, from 252.6 yards to

252.7 yards (0.1 per­cent). The tour with the long­est av­er­age driv­ing dis­tance was’s 304.9 yards.


Fine as­sessed by the NBA on Pel­i­cans su­per­star An­thony Davis “for vi­o­lat­ing a col­lec­tively-bar­gained rule pro­hibit­ing play­ers or their rep­re­sen­ta­tives from mak­ing pub­lic trade de­mands.” Davis’ agent, Rich Paul, told ESPN this week that his client has no plans to sign an ex­ten­sion with New Or­leans and he wants to be traded. The NBA said the state­ments made by Paul were “an in­ten­tional ef­fort to un­der­mine the con­trac­tual re­la­tion­ship be­tween Davis and the Pel­i­cans.” The 25-year-old can be­come a free agent in the sum­mer of 2020.

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