BREEZY POINT, Minn. — Slow play can sometimes put a damper on a round of golf. But a 34-year-old Minnesota elementary school principal’s fast play is on course for a new world record. Rick Aulie, who leads the Pine River-Backus school, played a hole of golf in an unofficial record-breaking time of 1 minute, 39.2 seconds on Thursday, July 26, smashing the fastest hole of golf by an individual time of 1:50.6 recognized by the Guinness World Records set by Steve Jeffs of the United Kingdom. Jeffs completed his attempt Jan. 4 at Tiverton Golf Course in Tiverton, U.K. To be considered for the record, a golfer must finish a hole with the same number of clubs with which they started and the hole must be in excess of 500 yards. Timing begins the moment of the first stroke and ends when the ball settles in the hole. It took Aulie four shots to complete the hole, finishing with a short putt. “I just want to thank Breezy Point Resort and (golf pro) Mark Johnson for accommodating all this,” Aulie said. “Without him, this wouldn’t have been possible. I want to thank my family, my wife (Rachel). I’ve taken her… Read full this story
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