Found November 19, 2012 on
Jamie Sadlowski is not your typical long-drive champion. Winner of the 2008 and 2009 RE/MAX World Long Drive Championship, Sadlowski is diminutive compared to most of his competition, standing at 5-foot-10 and 168 pounds. As such, Sadlowski is noted for his unconventional swing mechanics, in which he uses his flexibility to his advantage, rotating his shoulders far more than other golfers yet somehow rotating his hips less. In any case, Sadlowski was recently facing off against Gary Williams in a friendly long-drive competition in the Golf Channel studios, using a simulator to predict their distances. However, the network isn’t likely to use the same simulator again, as Sadlowski managed to tear a hole right through the protective netting in front of the simulator, and then right through the screen itself. Check it out in the video below. Thumbnail via Twitter/Jamie Sadlowski
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