Maas to perform trick golf show at Kenya Open

Karsten Maas performs a trick shot session. (PHOTO/COURTESY)
Karsten Maas performs a trick shot session. (PHOTO/COURTESY)

Two-time Guinness World Record holder, Karsten Maas will perform his world famous golf trick shots on the sidelines of the 2017 Barclays Kenya Open at the Muthaiga Golf Club on Friday and Saturday.

The 51-year old Danish citizen played golf from the age of nine, eventually joining the paid ranks in 1986.

Maas played in various mini tours and even a few Challenge Tour events. In 2003 he started Trick Golf and now travels the world entertaining golf fans.

Maas has performed in over 30 different countries and has been recognized by the Guiness World record holder for the ‘longest usable golf club – a driver at 4.37 meters”.

He created the longest usable golf club – a driver that measures 14 feet, 5 inches and has been hit just over 180 yards and is in the 2015 Guinness Book of World.

He will perform at 5:00pm local time (+3GMT) on both days.

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