There are some strange Guinness World Records out there. Stuff like "longest mohawk," "largest omelette," "biggest rubber band ball," and "tallest lego tower," just to name a few.
For 2015, there's an odd golf distinction to add to the Guinness World Records -- "world's longest usable golf club."
Dane Karsten Maas, a 49-year-old golf professional and 'Trick Golf Artist', created the longest usable golf club -- a driver that measures 14 feet, 5 inches and has been hit just over 180 yards.
"The weight and length of the club make striking the ball really exhausting," Maas tells Guinness. "Plus I don’t have a caddy!"
Here's video of Maas swinging the club: