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Nova Scotia men play 306 holes of golf in 12 hours

UPI – A pair of men in Nova Scotia, Canada unofficially broke a Guinness World Record by golfing more than 290 holes in 12 hours.

Cape Briton men Wes Stanford and Thomas Xidos attempted the world record last Wednesday at The Lakes Golf Club & Resort to raise money for the Cape Breton Regional Hospital Foundation.

Standord and Xidos took aim at the Guinness World Record for most golf holes played by a pair using a cart in 12 hours, which was set at 290 holes by British duo Jay Kelly and George Boxall in 2016.

“The speed at which they are doing this – they are not stopping for two seconds,” events manager at The Lakes April Powers told CTV News during the attempt.

“They’ve been at this since the crack of dawn, and they are not letting up at all. Their pace is amazing.”

Stanford and Xidos surpassed their goal by completing 306 holes in the allotted time.

Evidence from the feat must still be reviewed by Guinness World Records before the record becomes official.

A screengrab image shows a golfer putts into a hole at the Lakes Golf Club && Resort. PHOTO: GUINNESS WORLD RECORD