Since there seems to be a running dispute on perceived driver distance vs. real driver distance, I'd like to propose an idea. Using a GPS-enabled golf app of your choice and your phone's screenshot capability, start documenting your drives on STRAIGHT fairway runs. I do not believe this will work on any type of dogleg fairway, because you can cut corners and skew the results since the yardage is based on the fairway route, not actual straight-line distance from tee to green.
* Stand on the tee box from the spot where you hit your drive with your GPS-enabled golf app displaying your distance to the center of the green and take a screenshot on your phone.
* Before hitting your 2nd shot, take another screenshot showing your remaining distance to the hole.
* Post both screenshots.
If I'm not thinking this through, someone correct me. I'm sure there is a slight fudge factor involved and the distance will be give or take a few yards, but if you're in the middle of the fairway, I don't see this being that far off. I'm doing this regardless.