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i was simply stating that there are people who can hit as far as they claim and not get the usual answer of being called a liar.

So, a guy on youtube--who apparently is known for his distance--can hit crazy distances, and that means that guys who don't have video and simulator proof and live in relative obscurity can do the same?

Not that it matters, but don't you see the differentiating factors there?

Brandon a.k.a. Tony Stark

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Look up a guy called Gorilla James on youtube. He is a very long hitter and his posts are crazy distances on simulators and on courses. He also uploads vlogs when he plays with the same people and he frequently drives par 4s i.e 340 yard par 4 he drives onto the green! The guys a monster literally he works out all the time and this shows if your born with height of 5'10 or over and put a lot of time into the game and at the gym the it becomes very easy

he has like a 300 yard 3 iron or something

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