British bomber Joe Miller won his second World Long Drive title tonight in Oklahoma with some ridiculously long tee shots that defied belief.

Miller, 31, from London, defeated Ryan Steenberg of the USA in the final after Sternberg cranked one out there at 377 metres. It mattered little. Miller stepped up and pounded one out to 387m to win the championship.

“It’s a real honour to be standing here,” Miller said, who took home the US$125,000 winner’s cheque and title belt.

Earlier, Miller – a self-confessed gym junkie – hit the longest drive of the night to eliminate Justin Moose in the semi-finals at, wait for it, a whopping 401m. FOUR-HUNDRED-AND-ONE METRES! Check it out: