F1's David Coulthard and Golfer Jake Shepherd Team Up for World Record
Be careful: This video very well may melt your freaking face off.
It's more hardcore than Chuck Norris doing an air-guitar solo to Bryce Harper's batting practice. It's even better than Uncle Jesse's hair or the Saved by the Bell supergroup Zack Attack.
Bro Bible gives us some info on this video that has me amped to hit golf balls at passing cars—only I don't think that is such a great idea.
This is Formula 1 legend David Coulthard and pro-golfer Jake Shepherd collaborating to set a new world record in the farthest golf shot caught by a moving car.
I will go ahead and take their word that this is an actual thing.
The video is best viewed from start to finish, as you see a couple of failed attempts followed by an epic success.
Seriously, you find it's easy to be emotionally invested when a Mercedes SLS Roadster is flying down the track trying to catch a perfectly struck golf ball.
I never knew speeding in a sweet ride and the majesty and precision of golf could go so well together.
You will find yourself captivated by a lone golf ball on a magical ride to find the passenger seat, and it's just so lovely when it does.
I now demand that all golf ranges have speeding cars for us to hit. It will make practicing far less frustrating.
Follow me on Twitter because I demand it.
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