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Golfers who have broken 60 in the history of pro golf

Golfers who have broken 60 in the history of pro golf

Notah Begay III

59 in 1998 on the Nike Tour during the Las Vegas Invitational.

Doug Dunakey

59 in 1998 on the Nike Tour during the Miami Valley Open.

Masahiro Kuramoto

59 in 2003 on the Japan Golf Tour during the Acom International.

Jason Gore

59 in 2005 on the Nationwide Tour at the Cox Classic.

Adrien Mork

59 in 2006 on the Challenge Tour during the Tikida Hotels Agadir Moroccan Classic.

Will Wilcox

59 at the 2013 Utah Championship on the Tour.

Russell Knox

Second player to shoot 59 on the Tour in 2013 at the Boise Open.

Stephan Jaeger

Recorded the first 58 in Tour history by making 12 birdies and shooting 12 under in the first round of the 2016 Ellie Mae Classic.

Alex Ross

Davidson University golfer Alex Ross shot a 57 in the 2019 Dogwood Invitational, a top amateur event held in Atlanta. Ross had seven birdies and an eagle over an eight-hole stretch on Nos. 9 through 16. The 57 seemingly came out of nowhere, as it followed rounds of 75-73.

Alejandro del Rey

The former Arizona State University star had such a good time posting a 29 on the front nine of a Challenge Tour event (the Swiss Challenge at Golf Saint Apollinairehe) he decided to do it again on the back. The final result, a scintillating 58, is believed to be the first on a major tour on a par-72 layout.

Mac Meissner

Meissner eagled his final hole at Lakewood National’s Commander Course to shoot 12-under 59 at the Korn Ferry Tour’s Lecom Suncoast Classic. It was the eighth sub-60 round in the history of the KFT.


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