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Nine golfers beat Daly in Long-Drive Challenge
by Associated Press

Nine recreational golfers each won $100,000 yesterday by outdriving perennial PGA Tour driving-distance leader John Daly in the inaugural Pinnacle Distance Challenge final in Mesquite, Nev.

Daly only beat three of the dozen finalists at the Palms Resort GC in the culmination of the year-long Pinnacle promotion. All contestants used Pinnacle Power Core golf balls throughout the 10-city regional competitions and in Thursday's final. Daly faced each competitor one-on-one, with each alloted four drives. The best drive of each was used in determining the winner.

Other than four of his defeats, in which he hit all four balls out of bounds, Daly's shortest counted drive was 305 yards, when he beat Brian Davidson of Baldwin, Ga., 305-304. Daly's dozen opponents averaged 330.0 yards per counted drive, with Scott Smith of Cincinnati beating Daly with the final's longest counted drive, 364-329.

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