I know that there was one kicked at 57 yards last weekend by the Nebraska kicker. Don't know how many in the history of the NCAA.
Don Chandler of the Green Bay Packers kicked field goals from 39, 20, 31, and 43 yards in Super Bowl II.
That is 54 yards by Steve Christie of the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVIII.
It all depends from where the ball is kicked. However, if you are referring to an extra point, it is kicked from the two yard line. So with 10 yards if endzone and 2I of field, a extra point is 12 yards
Each endzone is 7 yards long, therefore the field with goals is 114 yards total. The end zones are each ten yards deep, so the complete length of the field including the end zones is 120 yards.
the ball is usually kicked about 7 yards back from the line of scrimmage.
Two tied at 63 yards. Janikowski and Akers both have made field goals from 63 yards
45 yards by Wilbur "Pete" Henry
Lawrence Tynes (38 yards).