A quartet of miniature golf enthusiasts broke a Guinness World Record in Kentucky when they putted 2,097 holes in 24 hours.
Cole Hetzel, Chris Hetzel, Tony Centers and Bob Schoettinger began their attempt at 8 a.m. Sunday at Putt-Putt Golf of Erlanger and finished at 8 a.m. Monday.
The team putted a total 2,097 holes in 24 hours, breaking the record of 1,440 holes set by a German team in 2005.
The players said they surpassed the previous record about 10:45 p.m. Sunday.
The record attempt raised funds for Matthew:25 Ministries and its disaster relief efforts for victims of flooding in Eastern Kentucky and recent tornadoes in Goshen and Mayfield.