Bryson DeChambeau bowed out within the last after making the final eight of the Skilled Longest Drive Affiliation World Championship.
The 28-year-old American was eradicated with a high distance of 391 yards, though did handle a ball pace of 218 miles per hour in Nevada.
Compatriot Kyle Berkshire gained the occasion with a 422-yard drive.
DeChambeau had survived three days of elimination rounds to make the ultimate eight rivals from a area of 128.
The 2020 US Open winner secured a last place after hitting a 416-yard drive, only a yard wanting his monster effort in final week’s Ryder Cup.
DeChambeau, who has bulked up throughout the previous couple of years as he pursues extra ball pace and due to this fact distance off the tee, was the primary full-time PGA Tour skilled to sort out the lengthy drive problem.
He had blisters and stated his fingers “have been wrecked” whereas practising for the championship earlier than the Ryder Cup.