Danish golfer Karsten Maas can not only heft his custom-built club, but swing it, hit the ball, and make it land where he wants it to go. There may be longer golf clubs in the world, but Maas can reliably use his 14.5-foot wood to send a ball 540 feet.
Hitting the ball properly requires a special stroke that Maas has developed. His backswing keeps going, around and around his body until the club has lost momentum.
Maas can do a lot more than just swing this massive club around. He's a trick shot artist. In this video, you can see him hit two balls at once, bounce a ball on a club, hit one like a baseball, drive elevated balls, hit balls with two clubs swinging at the same time, and drive with a club bent over backwards.