Cameron Smith set a new PGA Tour record at the Tournament Of Champions in January when he shot 34 under par.

A few months later, he claimed the Players Championship and the biggest first prize in PGA Tour history, with the Aussie then securing a 150th Open Championship in an epic.

Following his win, the 29-year-old soon became the LIV golfer, with Smith joining the $140 million Saudi-backed series. After a string of great results,

including a victory in Chicago in his second LIV event, the Aussie is now enjoying time in his home country of Australia where he is teeing off in the Fortine.

Back in his native Queensland, Smith recently embarked on a world record attempt alongside his coach Grant Field.

Smith and Field attempted to break the Guinness World Record for the largest golf lesson.

Hundreds of golfers joined the golf champion of the year on the driving range at the Royal Queensland Golf Club for 30 minutes, the attempt unfortunately failed but the Aussie.

Along with Smith, PGA of Australia CEO Gavin Kirkman acknowledged the record attempt, saying: "What an incredible day to be a part of - the PGA of Australia.