Pro Long Drive World Rankings

2021 PLDA World Rankings


PLDA points carried over from previous year are included in the PLD World Rankings system at 50%. Current year PLDA points will be included across all current year events at 100% of the assigned value. WLDA Rankings will be used through the 2021 Season but will be discontinued in 2022. Listed below are the current leaders in the Men's Open Division, the Women's Open Division, the Senior's/Masters Division for the 2020/2021 PLD World Rankings* to date:

MEN’S OPEN DIVISION

  • 1. Kyle Berkshire
  • 2. Justin James
  • 3. Brandon Flynn
  • 4. Joshua Koch
  • 5. Scottie Pearman
  • 6. Will Hogue
  • 7. Ryan Reisbeck
  • 8. Landon Gentry
  • 9. Rob Tiettmeyer
  • 10. Press Labrie
  • 11. Brant Deboer
  • 12. Reid Russell
  • 12. Ryan Winther
  • 14. Jeremy Nowak
  • 15. Aaron Hoffman
  • 15. Bryan Kell
  • 17. Jeff Brumley
  • 18. Spencer McDaniel
  • 18. Josh Cassaday
  • 20. Colton Casto
  • 20. George Haggerty
  • 20. Zack Smith
  • 23. Benjamin Knudsen
  • 23. Mike Dobbyn
  • 25. Alex Bloser
  • 26. Anthony Thomas
  • 26. Glenn Wilson Jr.
  • 26. Mikey Jarrell
  • 26. Zac Adams
  • 26. Aaron Mansfield
  • 26. Dwight Riddle
  • 26. Jacob Golliday
  • 26. Nick Vorbeck
  • 34. Benjamin Raymond
  • 34. Bobby Bradley
  • 34. Damyon Dooley
  • 34. Troy Caley
  • 38. Brooks Trujillo
  • 39. Colton Lippencott
  • 39. Jon Frazier
  • 39. Kanani Lodge
  • 39. Kyle Culver
  • 39. Luke Moore
  • 39. Michael Alison (A)
  • 39. Mike Knox
  • 39. Mitch Dobbyn
  • 39. Patrick Wilkinson
  • 48. Dean Smith
  • 48. Jovani Lechadores
  • 48. Kyle Richter
  • 48. Jeff Schmuck
  • 48. Roy Studley
  • 48. Todd Baxley
  • 54. Adam Pope
  • 54. Bill Ebersol (A)
  • 54. Brian Lawler
  • 54. Charles Word
  • 54. Frank Campitelli
  • 54. Kelen Croce
  • 54. Mike Ehrhard
  • 54. Mike Ferrell
  • 54. Miles Robertson
  • 54. Patrick Elwood
  • 54. Robbie Aviles
  • 54. Ryan Steenberg
  • 54. Scott Kalamar
  • 54. Trey Gilliland
  • 54. Wes Patterson

WOMEN’S OPEN DIVISION

  • 1.Phillis Meti
  • 2.Chloe Garner
  • 3.Alexis Belton
  • 4.Sandra Carlborg
  • 5.Troy Mullins
  • 6.Heather Lynne Manfredda
  • 7.Mary Driscol
  • 8.Katie Wills
  • 9.Rebecca McGinley
  • 10.Alex Phillips
  • 11.Kannani Lodge
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SENIOR’S/MASTER'S DIVISION

  • 1.Jeff Crittenden
  • 2.David Mobley
  • 3.Mike Bauman
  • 4.Paul Cleary
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*World rankings include PLDA Points for Mesquite (3/07/21) and Memphis (4/18/21).

 


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A seasonal amateur membership fee is $150 and a PLDA professional membership fee is $300 annually. PLDA Tour Event Formats will vary based on competition host site and available time to complete competition. 

Local PLDA Qualifiers – New to the sport of long drive? Competiting in a local PLDA qualifying event will establish your qualifying drive distance. Hitters pay an entry ($40) for each attempt and are given 2 minutes and 30 seconds to hit 6 drives. The longest drive counts as the hitter’s score. One player advances to regional qualifying for every six paid attempts.

Online Local QualifiersPLDA announced Local Qualifiers for long-ball hitters in 2021 will be held both indoors and outdoors. Indoor qualifying events will be hosted at various sports venues around the country. Click HOW TO ENTER an indoor qualifying event to learn more about the Professional Long Drivers Association championship events. 

Regional & Championship Qualifiers - Long drivers must be a member of Professional Long Drivers Association to earn money, prizes, and points at PLDA Regional and Championship long drive events. PLDA membership is available to both amateurs and professionals but a competitor's status must be declared at registration prior to competing in a PLDA event.

Each competitor in the Pro Long Drive professional divisions is given six balls to achieve his or her longest possible drive in two (2) minutes and thirty (30) seconds on the clock. To record a “qualified drive”, the long driver’s ball must land and come to rest within the specified boundaries of the grid. A hitter’s ball touching any part of the grid boundary will be considered “In Play”. Regardless as to whether the hitter’s ball comes back in bounds, the ball may not contact any obstruction or surface outside the defined grid. Should a competitor’s ball touch another hitter’s ball within the designated grid, both balls will be in play where they come to rest.

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