What is the lowest round ever recorded on the PGA Tour?

What is the lowest round ever recorded on the PGA Tour?

A gallery of the lowest rounds ever recorded across professional tours. Scottie Scheffler birdie the final hole at TPC Boston to shoot 12-under 59 and card the 12th sub-60 round in PGA Tour history.

How many 59s have there been on the PGA Tour?

Since then there have been five more 59s and one 58 shot on the PGA Tour — including two of them shot by 2018 Ryder Cup USA Captain Jim Furyk. In honor of the anniversary of Duval’s milestone, we take a look at each 59 and 58 shot in Tour history. On August 7, 2016, Furyk fired a 12-under 58 at TPC River Highlands in the Travelers Championship.

Who shot 59 on the PGA Tour?

At En-Joie Golf Club in Endicott, New York, Kevin Sutherland shot 59 in the second round of the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open. He is the first Champions Tour player to post a sub-60 round.

How many golfers have shot 59 or better in a tournament?

In the history of professional golf, 30 players have shot rounds of 59 or better in a tournament on a major tour. Here’s a look at those players, when and where they shot those rounds and how those rounds compared to their competition that week.