Most Bounces Of A Golf Ball On A Rubber Mallet After Making 30 Catches Juggling Mallet And Ball In One Hand And Completing A 360 After An Intentional Ground Bounce

United States Brian Pankey

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Springfield, Illinois, United States / December 23, 2011

Brian Pankey bounced a golf ball 1,838 consecutive times using a rubber mallet. He performed the feat after he juggled the mallet and ball in his left hand 32 times and completed a 360-degree spin once the ball bounced back from being intentionally dropped to the ground.

- must do at least 30 catches juggling the rubber mallet and golf ball
- bounces must be consecutive
- must perform a single, intentional ground bounce
- must perform a complete 360-degree spin before beginning bounces
- golf ball must connect with mallet on each bounce
- must provide video evidence

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  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    I wasn't trying to offend you Dan or Corey it is just you should hire experts for all records to understand them better. example I can't judge an ice skating competition so I would hire or get an expert to explain every aspect to me because it is not my field of expertise

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    for the criteria you have to make at least 30 catches!

  • Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    Damn you Brian Pankey... how heavy is your mallet? I'm getting to a frustrating 25 juggles or so and the mallet keeps killing me before I can even get into the bounces... so by the time I get into the bounces I'll be completely battered and bruised. The 30 juggles adds an interesting dynamic but does cut back the competition considerably :) Need to get the hang of the mallet weight before I can do this one... good job.

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