Rory McIlroy Broke 4 Guinness World Record With Dude Perfect

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The professional golfer Rory recently broke 4 Guinness World Records with Dude Perfect. Together, they broke 9 World Records.

Rory previously had 5 world records in the golfing world. He now holds 9, including 4 non-tournament records with Dude Perfect.

However, Dude Perfect added 5 more to their name, making a total of 19 world records to date.

Rory McIlroy Pictured Practicing Golf
Rory McIlroy Pictured Practicing Golf (Source: Instagram)

Rory Daniel McIlroy, at the age of 15, started his amateur career for the Irish team at the 2004 European Boys’ Team Championship.

The Northern Iris professional had a successful amateur career, topping the World Amateur Golf Ranking for one week as a 17-year-old in 2007.

Later that year, he turned professional and soon established himself on the European Tour.

However, the golfer achieved his first victory in 2009 on the European Tour and on the PGA Tour in 2010.

Rory has twice been named RTÉ Sports Person of the Year in 2011 and 2014.

He has won the 2011 U.S. Open, 2012 PGA Championship, 2014 Open Championship, and 2014 PGA Championship, making him a four-time major champion.

Moreover, the former world number one is one of three players to win four major championships by the age of 25.

Furthermore, McIlroy played for Europe against the US at the Ryder Cup, winning it in 2010, 12, 14, and 18.

Rory McIlroy Guinness World Record With Dude Perfect

The pro golfer recently linked with Dude Perfect to break some non-tournament golf world records.

The duo together attempted 10 world records, out of which 3 were broken by Rory alone, one by the duo, 5 by the Dude Perfect whereas 1 got disqualified.

Rory hit 255 yards “Farthest golf shot hit with a putter” beating the previous mark of 235 yards.

Moreover, the tour professional got the “Fastest time to hit 10 drives over 300 yards” in 1 minute 15 seconds.

Furthermore, McIlroy got 12 “Most 15-foot putts mid blindfolded” overcoming the previous feat of 11.

Rory McIlroy With Dude Perfect Crew
Rory McIlroy With Dude Perfect Crew (Source: Instagram)

The golfer, together with the ‘Dude Perfect’ crew, recorded 7 “Most Par 3 golf holes completed in 3 minutes,” breaking the previous record of 6.

However, Tyler “The Beard” Toney got “World’s longest blow of the golf club” and “World’s longest club throw.”

Garret also recorded 33 feet 8.4 inches to put two balls into one hole with one stroke.

Furthermore, he did 35 putts in a minute from 7 feet to book the world record.

Who Are Dude Perfect?

Dude Perfect is an American sports and comedy group headquartered in Frisco, Texas.

The group consists of Tyler Toney, Cory and Coby Cotton, Garrett Hilbert, and Cody Jones.

The former college roommates at Texas A&M University started uploading videos On April 9, 2009.

Their YouTube channel is the second-most-subscribed sports channel as well as the 25th-most-subscribed channel overall.

The Dude Perfect Group
The Dude Perfect (Source: Instagram)

The majority of Dude Perfect’s videos feature numerous stunts, stereotypes, and trick shots.

Additionally, the group frequently posts videos of “battles,” in which the individual competes against one another in a friendly game.

Furthermore, they also attempt to break the most absurd world records.

The group has worked with several sportspersons, including Chris Paul, sports teams such as New York Jets, and actors like Paul Rudd.

Anil Chapagain
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