Career Statistics - Golf - Long Drive Competitions
- Began long driving at age 51 in 2001
- Won or qualified in over 20 local Remax Long Drive Competitions
- Qualified for the World Finals 11 years in a row 2001 - 2011
- Won the 2005 RE/MAX WORLD LONG DRIVE CHAMPIONSHIP in his division. Defeated two former world champs and NBA all star basketball player turned long driver Rick Barry in the finals
- Finished 2nd in the world 2007 & 2008 & 2011 in his division losing by one yard
- Finished 8th in the world in senior division 2001
- Finished 10th in th world in senior division in 2002
- In 2003 age 54, qualified for the world finals by winning the Illinois District with a drive of 342 yards. Steve was the oldest competitor to make it to the world finals in the senior division in 2003.
- Longest hit drive in world long drive competitions was 395 yards twice at the 2008 RE/MAX World qualifiers.
- The LDA and RE/MAX made Steve exempt for the 2006 and future world finals because of his win and past accomplishments in world long drive competitions.
- Best round of golf was a 65 at the Elks Country Club of Hamilton, Ohio
- Steve recently shot a 30 (Par 36) for 9 holes with 5 birdies and an eagle. 6 under Par for 9 holes. Oct. 4, 2006
- The longest drive Steve has ever hit was over 400 yards
| I really appreciate each and everyone who has followed my career and have encouraged me to continue to compete. Without your encouragement and support I would have never became a world long drive champion and continue my efforts to win another world long drive championship. One championship and three 2nd place finishes in the past 6 years would not have happened without your encouragement to keep going over the age of 60.
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STEVE GRIFFITH - AMERICA'S FAVORITE LONG DRIVE CHAMPION
World Long Drive Champion