The European Tour posted a video of players trying to beat the Guinness World Record for the fastest hole of golf by four people. There were four-man teams from Spain, Denmark and France. France ended up with the winning time, but the highlight for me was Sergio Garcia putting it in the water.

Team France (Raphael Jacquelin, Alex Levy, Romain Wattel, and Gregory Havret) set a new record of 34.8, besting the old time of 68 seconds. Levy’s brilliant long-iron approach shot set up an easy two-putt birdie.

Take a look: