Not content with hosting and playing in the Open de España last week, Sergio Garcia joined up with Raphaël Jacquelin and Thorbjørn Olesen to captain four-man teams from Spain, France and Denmark in a bid to break a Guinness World Records title.
The teams were aiming to break the record for the fastest hole ever played.
So how does it work? It’s a relay, with each player hitting a shot as they attempt to find the bottom of the cup on a hole 500 yards or longer in under 68 seconds. If more than four strokes are required, the first player has to play a second shot and so it continues.
France were the first to give the record a go, followed by Denmark and Spain…
How fast can you really play a par five?https://t.co/5c2r3iyeky
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) April 15, 2016
It’s hard to tell if the French are happier about breaking the record or getting one over Spain!