2017 World Long Drive Mile High Showdown leaderboard, results and prize money payouts
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2017 World Long Drive Mile High Showdown leaderboard, results and prize money payouts


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The 2017 World Long Drive Mile High Showdown was won by Maurice Allen, who defeated Ryan Reisbeck in the final match with a 436-yard drive against Reisbeck's best of 421 yards.

Allen won the $20,000 winner's share of the $50,000 purse. Troy Mullins won the women's division, winning the $7,000 winner's share of the $15,000 purse.

2017 World Long Drive Clash in the Canyon leaderboard, results and prize money payouts

Final

  • Maurice Allen (436) def. Ryan Reisbeck (MG)

Semifinals

  • Ryan Reisbeck (474) def. Ryan Steenberg (460)
  • Maurice Allen (465) def. Troy Teal (445)

Quarterfinals

  • Ryan Reisbeck def. Dan McIntosh
  • Ryan Steenberg def. Glenn Wilson
  • Justin James def. Nick Keifer
  • Maurice Allen def. Troy Teal

Women's Final

  • Troy Mullins (374) def. Phillis Meti (363)

Women's Semifinals

  • Troy Mullins (398) def. Chloe Garner (395)
  • Phillis Meti (406) def. Sandra Carlborg (393)

Women's Quarterfinals

  • Chloe Garner def. Jessica Steward
  • Troy Mullins def. Jana Jones
  • Phillis Meti def. Katherine Wills
  • Sandra Carlborg def. Haley Vandenberg



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