Former Hong Kong rugby player Adam Rolston and caddie-friend Ron Rutland have finished the longest hole in golf after 80 days and 20,093 shots across Mongolia. Rolston rolled in a tricky eight-foot putt on the 18th green of the Mt Bogd Golf Club in Ulaanbaatar, to bring to an end the strangest hole in golfing history.…
“Ron and I couldn't be prouder of what we achieved. 2,011km is a long way. It has taught me to be more patient, and things come to those who wait. At some points of the trip, when you are mid-way through an 800km dessert cross... You can never imagine you will get to that little flag in Ulaanbaatar, but, here we are. We did it!”
Written by Adam Rolston
Photography by Andrew King
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