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  • EQUIPMENT

    Total driving leaders: What they use

  • Gary Woodland has an extra-heavy Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana shaft in his driver. (Trotman/Getty Images) Gary Woodland has an extra-heavy Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana shaft in his driver. (Trotman/Getty Images)

PGA TOUR STATISTICS: Longest drives | Driving distance | Driving accuracy | Total driving

Each week, PGATOUR.COM's Equipment Report will highlight the top 5 players in a statistical category, and the club they used to get to the top. We continue with the current leaders (as of March 9, 2014) in Total Driving.

(Note: Total Driving is computed by totaling a player's rank in both driving accuracy and driving distance.)

1. Gary Woodland / 67th in Total Driving / Callaway Big Bertha (7.5 degrees; Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana S+ 102X shaft)
2. Kevin Streelman / 79 in Total Driving / PING G20 (9.5 degrees; Oban Kiyoshi Purple 65-gram shaft)
T3. Kevin Stadler / 84 in Total Driving / TaylorMade Burner Superfast 2.0 (9.5 degrees; UST Mamiya ProForce VTS 6X Black shaft)
T3. Brendan Steele / 84 in Total Driving / Titleist 913D3 (9.5 degrees; Aldila RIP Alpha 70X shaft)
5. Derek Ernst / 88 in Total Driving / PING i25 (9.5 degrees; Fujikura Precurser Kuro 75X shaft)