It's no joke how far long-driver Dan Boever crushes a golf ball
There appears to be some type of strange correlation between hitting a golf ball extremely far and insanity. Once you start hitting a golf ball around 350 yards, each additional yard you add seems to add to your weirdness factor.
Which may explain why Dan Boever is one odd cat. Luckily for Boever, this oddness works perfectly for his job: a long-driving golf entertainer.
I spoke with Boever – a former minor-league baseball player – for a story at GolfInstruction.com and felt like I was a spectator at one of his shows. This is a funny guy, who puts as much stock in Johnny Carson’s abilities as he does Tiger Woods’. A sample:
“I might go months without putting, unless I’m trying to hit a putter 280. It’s hard to get better if you don’t practice your short game - ever.”
Boever also gave some simple tips for how to hit a golf ball a long way. Most importantly: tee the ball up as high as you like.
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