WATCH: European Tour attempts to break fastest hole world record

Check out the European Tour's latest social media video where they attempt to break the world record for the fastest hole played by one person.

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Wed, 31 Jul 2019

Golf certainly isn't the fastest sport and the debate of 'slow play' seems to be talked about pretty much every week, but what is the world record for the fastest hole played by one person...?

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Some of the European Tour's top stars headed to Real Club de Golf Guadalmina in Malaga, Spain, to attempt to break the world record for the fastest hole played by an individual.

The rules were simple. The player had to hit the ball from the tee and their time would begin, chase down the ball and eventually put it in the hole, plus the hole had to measure 500 yards.

The record the European Tour stars were trying to beat was 1:33:37. Check out the video below as Guido Migliozzi, Sean Crocker, Paul Dunne and Thomas Detry attempt to break a world record.

 

In other news... 

PGA Tour pros want Sergio Garcia banned, according to the Telegraph

Sergio Garcia was caught TEARING UP a tee box during the WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational last week, marking the second tournament in a row where he has lost his cool following an errant tee shot - and now it's been revealed in a Telegraph article that a number of PGA Tour players want the Spaniard BANNED after watching back his latest tantrum.

Garcia was seen gouging the turf with his driver on the 16th tee during the third round as he watched his drive sail 299 yards into the first cut of rough. 

Garcia was seen gouging the turf with his driver on the 16th tee during the third round as he watched his drive sail 299 yards into the first cut of rough.

"We are starting to wonder what Sergio has to do to get a couple of involuntarily weeks off," a leading PGA Tour player told Telegraph Sport on Monday.

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