Golfer Breaks RECORD for Hitting Ball Into Moving Car

Golfer Breaks RECORD for Hitting Ball Into Moving Car

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A professional golfer from Europe has broken a Guinness World Record for extraordinarily hitting a ball.

According to news agency United Press International, he hit it 303 yards into a car of a BMW Touring Car driver.

The golfer, named Marcus Armitage, visited Elvington Airfield, with BMW Touring Car Driver Paul O’Neill.

They aimed to break the Guinness World Record for the farthest golf shot caught in a moving car and they did.

They beat the distance of 273 yards from golfer Jake Shepherd and former Formula 1 driver David Coulthard.

The pair said it took multiple attempts before they successfully broke the record with a 303 yard catch.

Meanwhile, a golfer from Arizona, United States has broken a world record and raised money for charity.

According to various news reports, he hit 1,050 drives at least 200 yards inside a 35-yard grid.

The man, named Bob Kurtz, went to the TopGolf Scottsdale driving range to attempt to hit 1,000 drives in 12 hours.

Guinness rules stipulated each of his drives had to travel at least 200 yards and remain within a 35-yard-wide grid.

The golfer ended up hitting a total 1,050 qualifying drives and finished 90 minutes before the 12-hour time limit expired.

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