A team consisting of first-year PGA tour players have set the world record for the fastest hole in golf history.
A recent craze to have been sweeping the internet, a team of English golfers including on the European world tour set the world record last year, a time of 32.7 seconds is needed to finish a Par 5 hole with four different golfers stationed at various parts of the hole in question.
Tyrrell Hatton, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Ian Poulter and Matthew Southgate set the time in competition against golfers from other nations on the European tour, including France, South Africa and Spain.
But now, a PGA tour team have blown the record out of the water, with a time of 27.88.
Tom Lovelady, Lanto Griffin, Andrew Yun, and Steven Jaeger had four attempts at the challenge, bettering the European tour time on three of their four tries.
Watch the video of their world record here: