I'm not really a stats guy, but I do know that I've ranked in the top 12 in total driving on tour (a combination of distance and accuracy) each of the last three years. I'm proud of that. What's my secret? Keeping it simple. Some guys say they have a driver swing and an iron swing, but for me, it's the same principles through the bag. That's what makes me comfortable on the tee: I just try to repeat the same things every time. Here's my four-step plan for taking it deep without sacrificing accuracy.
ABOUT RYAN MOORE
You might know the 28-year-old from Tacoma, Wash., by his flashy outfits--he has been known to play in a necktie. Or for his great amateur career: In 2004, he won the U.S. Amateur, U.S. Public Links, Western Amateur and NCAA Championship. But Moore, who won the 2009 Wyndham Championship and had six top 10s in 2010, is one of the tour's best drivers. He ranked seventh in total driving this past year, averaging 290 yards and hitting 68 percent of fairways.