(Liz Klimas) A favorite for driving range junkies — aside from actually hitting the 300-yard marker with a golf ball — is to start pelting the ball collector when he makes his appearance in the caged vehicle. Nailing a moving target is a challenge and is sure to leave a dent, so you wouldn’t necessarily advise playing this game with a $200,000 car. Still, that’s just what Mercedes Benz and British pro golfer Jake Shepherd did — and the car’s exterior went unscathed.
Making this unique hole-in-one into a Mercedes SLS AMG Roadster set a new world record for furthest golf shot caught in a moving car – yes, there is a Guinness World Record for shooting a golf ball into a moving vehicle. The shot went about 275 meters.