Fastest golf hole: Team France broke Guinness World Records record (VIDEO)
Sotogrande, Spain -- Team France set a new world record for the fastest golf hole, scoring birdie in just 34.8 seconds; French golfers Raphael Jacquelin, Alex Levy, Romain Wattel, and Gregory Havret have set a new record for the world's fastest hole, going from tee to green in 34.8 seconds, according to the World Record Academy.
Photo: French golfers Raphael Jacquelin, Alex Levy, Romain Wattel, and Gregory Havret have set a new record for the world's fastest hole, going from tee to green in 34.8 seconds.
Photo: European Tour
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A French team has slashed the Guinness World Record for the fastest hole in golf by a team of four.
France's team of Raphael Jacquelin, Alex Levy, Gregory Havret and Romain Wattel set a new world record of 34.8 seconds.
The golfers, under the record rules, each played a stroke to score birdie on the par-5 fourth at the Valderrama Golf Club in Spain.
Record rules required the hole to be 500-yards or longer to count.