Irish golfer Paul Dunne was among those who attempted to beat the record for the fastest hole on a golf course.
Dunne and three other golfers tried to break the world record for the fastest hole of golf by an individual.
They each had to complete a 500-yard hole at the Real Club de Campo course in Málaga as fast as they could.
Spanish golfer Rubén Holgado held the current record with a time of 1:33.4 seconds which he set back in January.
Italian golfer Guido Migilozzi was the first to go but as the video shows things didn't turn out too well for him.
Next up was American golfer Sean Crocker who did complete the hole but wasn't fast enough to break the record.
Paul Dunne went next and he did initially break the record with a time of 1:31.
He was later disqualified by the World Record adjudicator because his driver moved the ball on his second shot.
The final golfer to go was Belgian Thomas Detry who began with a great drive down the fairway. You will have to watch the rest of the video to find out if he broke the record or not.
The next stop on the PGA European Tour is the Austrian Open which takes place next month on August 8th.
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