The record for the lowest 18-hole score in an official PGA Tour round is 58, and in the long history of the tour there have been 11 rounds with scores below 60.
Here’s a look at the record-low score of 58, and, in addition, all the golfers who’ve shot 59 on the PGA Tour.
What is the lowest golf score ever?
Share. The lowest golf score over an 18 hole course (male) is 55, and was achieved by Rhein Gibson (Australia) at the River Oaks Golf Club in Edmond, Oklahoma, USA on 12 May 2012. River Oaks course measures 6,700 yards with a par score of 71.
Has anyone ever shot a 58 in PGA?
David Duval was the third player to ever shoot a 59 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.
What is the best score in golf?
Scoring for Adult Beginners
According to National Golf Foundation data, 45% of all golfers average more than 100 strokes per round. With that said, it is believed that a 108 is considered to be a good score for a beginner golfer, which equates to double bogey on each hole of a par 72 course.