Golf World Records

Golf world records feature PGA-worthy stars showing off their best driving and putting. But if you've never set foot on a fairway, you can still compete with the champs in the areas of golf ball balancing, bouncing and stacking. Feeling frustrated? You can always let off some steam by attempting one of the golf club throwing records. No need to worry about birdies or bogies here.

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06:09 United States

Most Consecutive Golf Ball Bounces Alternating Between Two Rubber Mallets After Juggling Two Rubber Mallets And A Golf Ball

Vaughan Heussenstamm

Vaughan H. bounced a golf ball 978 times alternating between two mallets after juggling using the same golf ball and two rubber mallets.

03:36 Canada

Longest Time Balancing Two Golf Clubs On Chin While Sitting

Doug McManaman

Doug McManaman balanced two golf clubs on his chin for one minute, 46.75 seconds while sitting.

01:08 United States

Farthest Distance To Chip A Basketball Through A Door Frame Using Golf Club

Ewan Albright

Ewan A. chipped a basketball 300 inches through an open doorway using a golf club.

02:01 Canada

Longest Time To Balance A Golf Ball On Top Of A Golf Tee On Nostril

Doug McManaman

Doug McManaman balanced a golf ball on top of a golf tee on his nostril for 19.03 seconds.

02:20 Australia

Most Successful Putts Made By A Group In One Minute

Allan Cox

Allan and his friends made nine successful putts in one minute. They set the record at West Ryde Putt Putt in Sydney, Australia.

07:01 Australia

Most Mini Golf Trick Shots Made In Seven Minutes

Allan Cox

Allan Cox made 52 mini golf trick shots in seven minutes, including a 10X Rapid Fire Shot and long putt greater than 135 feet. He performed the feat as an entry in the 2012 Putter King Scavenger Hunt.

00:55 United States

Longest Golf Club Throw

Roald Bradstock

Roald Bradstock threw a golf club 64.52 yards (59 meters). The distance displayed in the video is something Bradstock invented called a “mettard.”

00:51 United States

Most Golf Ball Bounces Over Leg Using A Golf Club In 30 Seconds

Adam M

Adam M. bounced a golf ball using a golf club over his leg 48 times in 30 seconds.

00:51 United States

Most Successful Seven Foot Putts Made In One Minute

Matty du Plessis

Matty D. made eight successful putts in one minute from seven feet away.

00:55 United States

Longest Seated Golf Shot

Matty du Plessis

Matty D. made a successful golf shot from 212 yards away while seated.

01:44 Canada

Most Golf Balls Balanced On Chin

Doug McManaman

Doug McManaman balanced 56 golf balls on a tower on his chin. The four balls that fall off at the beginning of the video were not counted. McManaman performed the feat on Canada Day in front over 100 people.

01:30 United States

Most Consecutive Bounces Of A Golf Ball On A Paddle While Alternating Hands And Paddle Sides

Brian Pankey

Brian Pankey bounced a golf ball on a table tennis paddle 127 times, alternating sides of the paddle and hands between each bounce.

00:17 United States

Fastest Time To Tear A Miniature Golf Scorecard Into Four Pieces

David Hrusovsky

David H. tore a miniature golf scorecard into four pieces in 1.49 seconds.

02:47 Canada

Longest Time Balancing Golf Club, Golf Tee And Golf Ball On Chin While Lying Down

Doug McManaman

Doug McManaman balanced a golf club, a golf tee, and golf ball on his chin for one minute, 18.78 seconds while laying on his back.

01:49 United States

Most Consecutive Golf Ball Bounces On A Claw Grip Hammer

Brian Pankey

Brian Pankey completed 310 bounces of a golf ball on the flat side of a claw grip hammer.

03:03 United States

Most Holes Of Miniature Golf Played In 24 Hours

Mick Cullen

Mick Cullen played 5,040 holes (280 18-hole rounds) at the Rockyrsquo;s Fun House[] indoor minigolf facility in Waukegan, Illinois in 24 hours. Cullen began his quest at 1 p.m. Monday March 28 at the glow-in-the-dark facility, broke the existing record of 4,729 when he played his 4,730th hole at 10 a.m. Tuesday, and put his club down for the final time at 12:20 p.m. on March 29, victorious and exhausted. Cullen’s feat raised money for Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research[]. Donations may be made here. Read more about the event here.

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