I have to say, it doesn’t look easy at all. The game is hard enough without the ground moving under your feet at the same time. For the record, the shot measured around 180 metres and Phil Tataurangi took the money. Firmly.
Losing your balance over the golf ball? You’ve got no chance here.
If you’re ever going to do something a little extreme, Queenstown is the place to do it.
Callaway Golf took Brendan Jones, Phil Tataurangi (reportedly the strongest hand-shake in golf) and ex-All Black Justin Marshall onto Lake Wakatipu and played golf shots from the back of a jet boat to a green at the Queenstown Golf Club.
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