Who Shot 59 On PGA Tour?

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Jim Furyk

Al Geiberger

Chip Beck

Notah Begay III

Ryo Ishikawa

Stephan Jäger

Doug Dunakey

What players have shot 59 on the PGA Tour?

To date, eight players have carded a 59 on the PGA Tour:

  • Al Geiberger, 1977 Memphis Classic.
  • Chip Beck, 1991 Las Vegas Invitational.
  • David Duval, 1999 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.
  • Paul Goydos, 2010 John Deere Classic.
  • Stuart Appleby, 2010 Greenbrier Classic.
  • Jim Furyk, 2013 BMW Championship.

Who shot the first 59 on the PGA Tour?

Al Brisch at the 1951 Texas Open was the first Tour player to shoot 60. It took 26 years for Geiberger to top that. Beck credited the 1991 Ryder Cup — played just two weeks earlier — for his score of 59.

Who shot a 58 on the PGA Tour?

Jim Furyk

Who shot a 59?

One week after Justin Thomas’ 59 in Hawaii, Adam Hadwin became eighth player in PGA Tour history to shoot 59 during the third round of the 2017 CareerBuilder Challenge.

How many PGA golfers have shot a 59?

There have been 10 sub-60 rounds shot in PGA TOUR history. Nine have been 59s, and Jim Furyk has the only 58 on the PGA TOUR. Furyk is also one of the players to record a 59.

What’s the lowest golf score ever recorded?

55 Is the Lowest (Known) 18-Hole Golf Score Ever Recorded. The lowest score ever recorded for a “regulation” 18-hole round of golf (not an executive course, not a short course, minimum par of 70) is 55. There are four rounds of 55 known to have taken place.

Did Jim Furyk shoot a 59?

His final birdie came on the par-3 16th, when he sank a putt from just under 24 feet from the right of the hole. Furyk, with 17 PGA Tour victories, was already one of six golfers to shoot a 59.

What is the most birdies in a round?

The number ties the record set by Gary Player at 1984 at Shoal Creek when he made 10 birdies in his second round.

What is a good 18 hole golf score?

According to data from the National Golf Foundation, only 26 percent of all golfers shoot below 90 consistently on regulation 18-hole courses; 45 percent of all golfers average more than 100 strokes per round. A player who shoots 85 is doing better than nearly three out of four of his golfing peers–a good score.