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One of the longest hitters in golf history just re-appeared at a qualifier (golf.com)

Up until Bryson came along last year, the player who finished atop the Driving Distance ranking with the longest average wasn’t John Daly, or Tiger Woods, or Bubba Watson or Dustin Johnson. It was Hank Kuehne, who averaged a whopping 321 yards in 2003, which he followed with a 314-yard average in 2004.

Keuhne never won on the PGA Tour, but he captured the U.S. Amateur and played for Oklahoma State during an illustrious amateur career. He finished second twice on tour before a combination of injuries slowly began hampering his PGA Tour career. But on Monday, one of the longest-hitters in PGA Tour history reemerged during a Monday Qualifier ahead of the AT&T Byron Nelson.

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