Rory McIlroy unleashed the longest drive since 2017 on the par-4 2nd hole at Quail Hollow during the final round of the Wells Fargo Championship.
McIlroy, 32, ripped his TaylorMade SIM2 driver and cut the corner, sending his ball a mammoth 372 yards into the semi rough.
"That's just ridiculous," Sir Nick Faldo commentated during the live broadcast.
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Unfortunately, McIlroy could not take advantage of the drive as he left his 79-yard wedge shot some 25 feet short of the pin and it would result in a par.
Bryson DeChambeau hit a similar shot earlier in the day into the right rough, but his ball went 360 yards. It would, however, lead to a birdie.
Earlier in the week, McIlroy admitted that he can no longer hit his customary sweeping draw off the tee as a result of today's driver technology.
"I think these modern drivers nowadays, it's harder to turn them over than it used to be, so I've had to adjust," said McIlroy.
"I can't hit that big swinging draw that I used to hit. I mean, that was my bread and butter. I'd aim it down the middle of the fairway, I know if I made my normal swing it would start on the right edge and draw back to the middle. It just doesn't—it doesn't quite happen anymore."