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What is the best 72-hole score in PGA history?

What is the best 72-hole score in PGA history?

The PGA Tour’s 72-hole scoring record is 253, which Thomas shot en route to a 27-under total to win the 2017 Sony Open in Hawaii. His mark passed the 254 shot by Tommy Armour III at the par-70 La Cantera Resort course in the 2003 Valero Texas Open.

What is the lowest 72-hole score at the Masters?

Lowest Masters score for 72 holes Back in 2020 when COVID-19 forced the event to be played in November instead of April, Dustin Johnson blitzed Augusta National Golf Club and put up a mark that has never been matched. Johnson shot an unreal four-round score of 268, which is good for 20-under par.

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

Ernie Els set the PGA Tour record for lowest score to par at 31 under in 2003 at Kapalua. That’s very much in jeopardy.

What is the 72-hole scoring record for the PGA Championship and who holds it?

David Toms holds the record for the lowest score over 72 holes, which is 265. Jason Day holds the record for most strokes under par for 72 holes, 20, when he won the 2015 PGA Championship.

What is the lowest 4 round score in PGA history?

The Australian golfer finished on 34-under after 72 holes, thereby posting the lowest under par score in a four-round PGA Tour event in history. Smith finished with a final round eight-under 65, just about holding off the stiff competition from world No.

What was Tiger Woods best score ever?

Southern Hills Country Club, Tulsa, Okla. The hottest major on record – the thermometer hit 101 in the first two rounds – also was the site of one of Woods’ personal records. His 63 in the second round of the 2007 PGA Championship at Southern Hills remains his lowest round in a major.

Who holds the 72-hole scoring record at the Masters?

Most 72-hole finishes: 37, Jack Nicklaus Nicklaus played the final round of the Masters 37 times.

Who has shot 64 at the Masters?

WALK-OFF HOLE-OUT @McIlroyRory shoots 64 to match the lowest final-round score in Masters history.

Has anyone ever shot 59 on a par 72?

Al Geiberger was the first to post the mystical 59 at the 1977 Danny Thomas Memphis Classic on the Par 72 Colonial Country Club. Since then, Chip Beck, David Duval, Paul Goydos, and Stuart Appleby have signed cards with a score of 59 in a PGA Tour sanctioned event.

What is the best round of golf ever recorded?

The best score for one round of golf in a PGA Tour tournament is 58. That score has been posted only once so far, and it was by Jim Furyk. Furyk’s all-time record round of 58 happened in the final round of the 2016 Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands in Connecticut.

What is the longest drive ever hit?

515 yards
Some shots in competitions surpass 400 yards (366 m). The world record recognized by Guinness World Records as the longest drive in a competition is 515 yards (471 m) by 64-year-old Mike Austin in 1974 at the US Senior National Open Qualifier with a 43.5″ steel shafted persimmon wood driver.

What is the lowest 72-hole score in PGA Tour history?

Every tournament. Patrick Reed won the Humana Challenge in partnership with the Clinton Foundation on Sunday with a 28-under par score of 260. That is tied for the second-lowest 72-hole score in relation to par in PGA TOUR history — among 72-hole tournaments. Ernie Els had the lowest score at the 2003 Mercedes Championship.

Are scores on the PGA Tour lower than ever before?

With the rapid increase in golf technology over the past two decades, scores on the PGA Tour have been lower than ever before. You can’t just go a few under par and win tournaments any more.

Who has the lowest 72-hole score at the 2003 Mercedes Championship?

Ernie Els had the lowest score at the 2003 Mercedes Championship. Here is a list of the lowest 72-hole scores in relation to par.

Can Tommy Armour III break the PGA Tour’s all-time scoring record?

Then Tommy Armour III lowered it farther. A good way to start a tournament if you hope to challenge the PGA Tour’s all-time scoring record is by shooting 59. That’s what Justin Thomas did at the 2017 Sony Open. He eagled the 18th hole in the first round to fire the seventh 59, and eighth sub-60 round, in tour history.