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90 HOLES

324

Joe Durant (65-61-67-66-65), four courses (all courses, par 72), 2001 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic (36-under, won)

325

Tom Kite (67-67-64-65-62), four courses (all courses, par 72), 1993 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic (35-under, won)

327

John Cook (66-69-67-62-63), four courses (all courses, par 72), 1997 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic (33-under, won)
Pat Perez (61-63-67-67-69), four courses (all courses, par 72) 2009 Bob Hope Classic (33-under, won)

328

Mark Calcavecchia (64-67-66-64-67), four courses (all courses, par 72), 1997 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic (32-under, second)
Paul Stankowski (67-64-65-69-63), four courses (all courses, par 72), 2001 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic (32-under, second)
Stuart Appleby (62-68-63-66-69), three courses (TPC Summerlin/par 72, TPC The Canyons/par 71,Southern Highlands/par 72), 2003 Las Vegas Invitational (31-under, won)
Scott McCarron (69-62-64-67-66), three courses (TPC Summerlin/par 72, TPC The Canyons/par 71, Southern Highlands/par 72), 2003 Las Vegas Invitational (31-under, second, lost playoff)


72 HOLES

253

Justin Thomas (59-64-65-65), Waialae Country Club, 2017 Sony Open in Hawaii

254

Tommy Armour III (64-62-63-65), The Resort at La Cantera (par 70), 2003 Valero Texas Open (26-under)

255

Steve Stricker* (65-67-61-62), four courses (all courses, par 72), 2009 Bob Hope Classic (33-under)

256

Mark Calcavecchia (65-60-64-67), TPC Scottsdale (par 71), 2001 Phoenix Open (28-under)
Russell Henley (63-63-67-63), Waialae CC (par 70), 2013 Sony Open in Hawaii (24-under)
Phil Mickelson (60-65-64-67), TPC Scottsdale (par 71), 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open (28-under)

257

Mike Souchak (60-68-64-65), Brackenridge Park GC (par 71), 1955 Texas Open (27-under)
Tiger Woods (64-63-64-66), East Lake GC (par 70), 2007 TOUR Championship (23-under)
Jimmy Walker (66-66-62-63), Waialae CC (par 70), 2015 Sony Open in Hawaii (23-under)

258

Donnie Hammond (65-64-65-64), Oak Hills CC (par 70), 1989 Texas Open (22-under)
John Cook (64-62-63-69), TPC Southwind (par 71), 1996 FedEx St. Jude Classic (26-under)
Steve Jones (62-64-65-67), TPC Scottsdale (par 71), 1997 Phoenix Open (26-under)
Pat Perez* (62-63-67-67), four courses (all courses, par 72), 2009 Bob Hope Classic (30-under)
Kenny Perry (61-68-66-63), TPC River Highlands (par 70), 2009 Travelers Championship (26-under)
Steve Stricker (60-66-62-70), TPC Deere Run (par 71), 2010 John Deere Classic (26-under)
Stuart Appleby (66-68-65-59), The Greenbrier (The Old White TPC) (par 70), 2010 Greenbrier Classic (22-under)

* Through first four rounds of 90-hole tournament.


54 HOLES (OPENING ROUNDS)

188

Steve Stricker (60-66-62), TPC Deere Run (par 71), 2010 John Deere Classic (25-under)
Justin Thomas (59-64-65), Waialae Country Club (par 70), 2017 Sony Open in Hawaii (22-under)

189

John Cook (64-62-63), TPC Southwind (par 71), 1996 FedEx St. Jude Classic (24-under)
Mark Calcavecchia (65-60-64), TPC Scottsdale (par 71), 2001 Phoenix Open, (24-under)
Tommy Armour III (64-62-63), The Resort at La Cantera (par 70), 2003 Valero Texas Open, (21-under)
Phil Mickelson (60-66-64), TPC Scottsdale (par 71), 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open (24-under)
Patrick Reed* (63-63-63), PGA West Palmer (par 72), La Quinta CC (par 72), PGA West Nicklaus (par 72), 2013-14 Humana Challenge (27-under)

191

Johnny Palmer (65-62-64), Brackenridge Park GC (par 71), 1954 Texas Open (22-under)
Gay Brewer (66-64-61), Pensacola CC (par 72), 1967 Pensacola Open (25-under)
Steve Jones (62-64-65), TPC Scottsdale (par 71), 1997 Phoenix Open (22-under)
Ben Crane (62-65-64), Brown Deer Park GC (par 70), 2005 U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee (19-under)
Tiger Woods (64-63-64), East Lake CC (par 70), 2007 TOUR Championship (19-under)
Carl Pettersson (64-61-66), Sedgefield CC (par 70), 2008 Wyndham Championship (19-under)
Pat Perez (61-63-67), three courses, (all par 72), 2009 Bob Hope Classic (25-under)

192

Mike Souchak (60-68-64), Brackenridge Park GC (par 71), 1955 Texas Open (21-under)
Bob Gilder (64-63-65), Westchester CC (par 70), 1982 Manufacturers Hanover Westchester Classic (18-under)
Tiger Woods (64-61-67), Firestone CC (par 70), 2000 World Golf Championships-NEC Invitational (18-under)
Steve Flesch (62-64-66), Southern Highlands GC (par 72)/TPC The Canyons (par 71)/TPC Summerlin (par 72), 2003 Las Vegas Invitational (23-under)
Scott Verplank (64-62-66), TPC The Canyons (par 71), TPC Summerlin (par 72), Southern Highlands GC (par 72), 2003 Las Vegas Invitational (23-under)
Kenny Perry (65-63-64), Colonial CC (par 70), 2005 Bank of America Colonial (18-under)
Jesper Parnevik (61-65-66), The Resort at La Cantera (par 70), 2007 Valero Texas Open (18-under)
Jeff Overton (64-62-66), The Greenbrier (The Old White TPC) (par 70), 2010 Greenbrier Classic (18-under)
Si Woo Kim (68-60-64), Sedgefield CC (par 70), 2016 Wyndham Championship (18-under)

*First player in TOUR history with each of first three rounds at 63-or-better


36 HOLES (OPENING ROUNDS)

123

Justin Thomas (59-64), Waialae Country Club (par 70), 2017 Sony Open in Hawaii (17-under)

124

Pat Perez (61-63), two courses (both par 72), 2009 Bob Hope Classic (20-under)
David Toms (62-62), Colonial CC (par 70), 2011 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial (16-under)
Jason Day (61-63), Conway Farms GC (par 71), 2015 BMW Championship (18-under)

125

Tiger Woods (64-61), Firestone CC (par 70), 2000 World Golf Championships-NEC Invitational (15-under)
Mark Calcavecchia (65-60), TPC Scottsdale (par 71), 2001 Phoenix Open (17-under)
Tom Lehman (63-62), TPC Summerlin (par 72)/Southern Highlands GC (par 72), 2001 Invensys Classic at Las Vegas (19-under)
Corey Pavin (61-64), Brown Deer Park Golf Course (par 70), 2006 U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee (15-under)
Carl Pettersson (64-61), Sedgefield CC (par 70), 2008 Wyndham Championship (15-under)
Phil Mickelson (60-65), TPC Scottsdale (par 71), 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open (17-under)
Jhonattan Vegas (65-60), Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail (Grand National) (par 71), 2016 Barbasol Championship (17-under)

126

Tommy Bolt (64-62), Cavalier Yacht & CC (par 69), 1954 Virginia Beach Open (12-under)
Paul Azinger (64-62), at Oak Hills CC (par 70), 1989 Texas Open presented by Nabisco (14-under)
John Cook (64-62), TPC Southwind (par 71), 1996 FedEx St. Jude Classic (16-under)
Rick Fehr (64-62), Las Vegas Hilton CC (par 71)/TPC Summerlin (par 72), 1996 Las Vegas Invitational (17-under)
Steve Jones (62-64), TPC Scottsdale (par 71), 1997 Phoenix Open (16-under)
David Frost (63-63), TPC Southwind (par 71), 1999 FedEx St. Jude Classic (16-under)
Joe Durant (65-61), La Quinta CC (par 72)/Indian Wells CC (par 72), 2001 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic (18-under)
Tommy Armour III (64-62), The Resort at La Cantera (par 70), 2003 Valero Texas Open, (14-under)
Steve Flesch (62-64), Southern Highlands GC (par 72)/TPC The Canyons (par 71), 2003 Las Vegas Invitational (17-under)
Scott Verplank (64-62), TPC The Canyons (par 71)/TPC Summerlin (par 72), 2003 Las Vegas Invitational (17-under)
Jesper Parnevik (61-65), The Resort at La Cantera (par 70), 2007 Valero Texas Open (14-under)
Marc Turnesa (62-64), TPC Summerlin (par 72), 2008 Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open (18-under)
Matt Kuchar (63-63), TPC Summerlin (par 72), 2008 Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open (18-under)
Briny Baird (63-63), two courses (both par 72), 2009 Bob Hope Classic (18-under)
Steve Stricker (63-63), Colonial CC (par 70), 2009 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial (14-under)
Jeff Overton (64-62), The Greenbrier (The Old White TPC) (par 70), 2010 Greenbrier Classic (14-under)
Steve Stricker (60-66), TPC Deere Run (par 71), 2010 John Deere Classic (16-under)
Justin Rose (64-62), TPC River Highlands (par 70), 2010 Travelers Championship (14-under)
Russell Henley (63-63), Waialae CC (par 70), 2013 Sony Open in Hawaii (14-under)
Patrick Reed (63-63), three course (all par 72), 2013-14 Humana Challenge (18-under)


18 HOLES

58

1 time, 1 player
  • Jim Furyk*** (27-31), TPC River Highlands (par 70), August 7, final round, 2016 Travelers Championship (12-under), 1 eagle, 10 birdies. Hole-out eagle on the par-4 third hole. Made seven consecutive birdies on Nos. 6-12. Finished T5

59

8 times, 8 players
  • Al Geiberger (29-30), Colonial CC (par 72), June 10, second round, 1977 Memphis Classic (13-under), 1 eagle, 11 birdies. Began on back nine, Made an 8-foot birdie putt on the ninth hole. Won by three strokes
  • Chip Beck (30-29), Sunrise GC (par 72), October 11, third round, 1991 Las Vegas Invitational (13-under), 13 birdies. Began on back nine. Birdied his last three holes, including a 3-footer on the ninth hole. Finished T3
  • David Duval (31-28), PGA West (Palmer Course) (par 72), January 24, final round, 1999 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic (13-under), 1 eagle, 11 birdies. Made 6-foot eagle putt on the 18th hole. Won by one stroke
  • Paul Goydos (31-28), TPC Deere Run (par 71), July 8, first round, 2010 John Deere Classic (12-under), 12 birdies. Made a 7-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole. Finished second
  • Stuart Appleby (28-31), The Greenbrier (The Old White TPC) (par 70), August 1, final round, 2010 Greenbrier Classic (11-under), 1 eagle, 9 birdies. Made a 10-foot, 10-inch birdie putt on the 18th hole. Won by one stroke
  • Jim Furyk (28-31), Conway Farms GC (par 71), September 13, second round, 2013 BMW Championship (12-under), 1 eagle, 11 birdies, 1 bogey. Made a 3-foot, 3-inch birdie putt on the ninth hole. Finished third
  • Justin Thomas (30-29), Waialae CC (par 70), January 12, first round, 2017 Sony Open in Hawaii (11-under), 2 eagles, eight birdies, 1 bogey. Made a 14-foot, 11-inch eagle putt on the ninth hole. Won by seven strokes
  • Adam Hadwin (29-30), La Quinta CC (par 72), January 21, third round, 2017 CareerBuilder Challenge (13-under), 10 birdies. Made a 3-foot par putt on the 18th hole. Finished second.

60

36 times, 34 players
  • Al Brosch (30-30), Brackenridge Park GC, third round, 1951 Texas Open (11-under), 11 birdies. Finished fourth
  • Bill Nary (31-29), El Paso CC, third round, 1952 El Paso Open (11-under), 12 birdies, one bogey. Finished T11
  • Ted Kroll (30-30), Brackenridge Park GC, third round, 1954 Texas Open (11- under), one eagle, 10 birdies, one bogey. Finished T9
  • Wally Ulrich (29-31), Cavalier Yacht & CC, second round, 1954 Virginia Beach Open (9-under), 1 eagle, seven birdies. Made an eagle on the fourth hole. Finished ninth
  • Tommy Bolt (30-30), Wethersfield CC, second round, 1954 Insurance City Open (11-under), 11 birdies. Barely missed a 15-footer on the 18th hole for 59. Won in a playoff over Earl Stewart
  • Mike Souchak (27-33), Brackenridge Park GC, first round, 1955 Texas Open (11-under), two eagles, six birdies and one bogey. Made a 25-foot birdie putt on No. 18. Won by seven strokes
  • Sam Snead (30-30), Glen Lakes CC, second round, 1957 Dallas Open (11-under), one eagle, four birdies. Missed a 41-foot birdie putt on No. 18 for 59. Won by 10 strokes
  • David Frost (29-31), Randolph Park GC, second round, 1990 Northern Telecom Tucson Open (12-under), two eagles, nine birdies, one bogey. Finished T8
  • Davis Love III (31-29), Waialae CC, second round, 1994 United Airlines Hawaiian Open (12-under), three eagles, six birdies. Finished second
  • Grant Waite (31-29), TPC Scottsdale, final round, 1996 Phoenix Open (11-under), two eagles, seven birdies. Finished T14
  • Steve Lowery (29-31), Callaway Gardens (Mountain View), final round, 1997 Buick Challenge (12-under), two eagles, eight birdies. Finished T3
  • Tommy Armour III (30-30), Las Vegas CC, second round, 1999 Las Vegas Invitational (12-under), two eagles, nine birdies, one bogey. Finished T10
  • Mark Calcavecchia (29-31), TPC Scottsdale, second round, 2001 Phoenix Open (11-under), 11 birdies. Won by eight strokes
  • Robert Gamez (27-33), Indian Wells CC, third round, 2004 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic (12-under), one eagle, 10 birdies. Finished T50
  • Bart Bryant (29-31), The Resort Course at La Cantera, third round, 2004 Valero Texas Open (10-under), 10 birdies. Won by three strokes
  • Phil Mickelson (29-31), TPC Scottsdale, second round, 2005 FBR Open (11-under), one eagle, nine birdies. Won by five strokes
  • Pat Perez (30-30), Palmer Course at PGA West, first round, 2006 Bob Hope Chrysler Championship (12-under), 12 birdies. Finished 73
  • Arron Oberholser (30-30), Cottonwood Valley Course, second round, 2006 EDS Byron Nelson Championship (10-under), 10 birdies. Finished T13
  • Justin Rose (29-31), Walt Disney World Resort (Palm), first round, 2006 FUNAI Classic at Walt Disney World Resort (12-under), 12 birdies. Finished third
  • Zach Johnson (31-29), East Lake GC, third round, 2007 TOUR Championship (10-under), one eagle, eight birdies. Finished T2.
  • Zach Johnson** (30-30), The Resort Course at La Cantera, third round, 2009 Valero Texas Open (10-under), one eagle, eight birdies. Won in a playoff over James Driscoll
  • Steve Stricker (30-30), TPC Deere Run, first round, 2010 John Deere Classic (12-under), 11 birdies. Won by two strokes
  • Carl Pettersson (31-29), St. George's G&CC, third round, 2010 RBC Canadian Open (10-under), two eagles, seven birdies, one bogey. Won by one stroke
  • J.B. Holmes (30-30), The Greenbrier (The Old White TPC), third round, 2010 Greenbrier Classic (10-under), 11 birdies, one bogey. Finished T16
  • Patrick Cantlay* (30-30), TPC River Highlands, second round, 2011 Travelers Championship (10-under), one eagle, eight birdies. Finished T24
  • Tommy Gainey (31-29), Sea Island GC (Seaside), final round, 2012 McGladrey Classic (10-under), one eagle, eight birdies. Won by one stroke
  • Phil Mickelson (31-29), TPC Scottsdale, first round, 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open (11-under), 11 birdies. Won by four strokes
  • Keegan Bradley (29-31), TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas, first round, 2013 HP Byron Nelson Championship (10-under), one eagle, 10 birdies, two bogeys. Finished second
  • J.J. Henry (28-32), TPC Summerlin, first round, 2013-14 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open (11-under), one eagle, nine birdies. Finished T15
  • Sung Kang (29-31), Monterey Peninsula CC, second round, 2016 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (11-under), nine birdies, one eagle. Finished T17.
  • Jhonattan Vegas (32-28), Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail (Grand National), second round, 2016 Barbasol Championship (11-under), eight birdies, two eagles, one bogey. Finished T4
  • Si Woo Kim (31-29), Sedgefield CC, second round, 2016 Wyndham Championship (10-under), eight birdies, one eagle. Won by five strokes.
  • Rod Pampling (29-31), TPC Summerlin, first round, 2016 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open (11-under), seven birdies, two eagles. Won by two strokes.
  • Kevin Kisner (30-30), Waialae CC, third round, 2017 Sony Open in Hawaii (10-under), 10 birdies, Finished T4.
  • Chad Collins (30-30), Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail (Grand National), second round, 2017 Barbasol Championship (11-under), 11 birdies. Finished TBD.
  • Scott Stallings (31-29), Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail (Grand National), third round, 2017 Barbasol Championship (11-under), 10 birdies, one eagle, one bogey. Finished TBD.
* Amateur
** First golfer to record two career rounds of 60
*** First golfer to record two career rounds below 60


9 HOLES

26

Corey Pavin, Brown Deer Park GC (par 34), front nine, first round, 2006 U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee (8-under), eight birdies. Won by two strokes

27

Mike Souchak, Brackenridge Park GC (par 35), back nine, first round, 1955 Texas Open (8-under), one eagle, six birdies. Won by seven strokes
Andy North, En-Joie GC (par 34), back nine, first round, 1975 B.C. Open (7-under), one eagle, five birdies. Finished T20
Billy Mayfair, Warwick Hills G&CC (par 36), back nine, final round, 2001 Buick Open, (9-under), one eagle, seven birdies. Finished T14
Robert Gamez, Indian Wells CC (par 36), front nine, third round, 2004 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic (9-under), one eagle, 7 birdies. Finished T50
Brandt Snedeker, Torrey Pines GC (North) (par 36), back nine, first round, 2007 Buick Invitational (9-under), one eagle, 7 birdies. Finished third
Chris Riley, Montreux G&CC (par 36), front nine, second round, 2009 Legends Reno-Tahoe Open (9-under), two eagles, five birdies. Finished T17
Nick Watney, Aronimink GC (par 35), back nine, third round, 2011 AT&T National (8-under), one eagle, 6 birdies. Won by two strokes
Paul Casey, TPC Four Seasons Resort (par 35), back nine, second round, 2014 HP Byron Nelson Championship (8-under), one eagle, 6 birdies. Finished T16
Sergio Garcia, Firestone Country Club (South) (par 35), back nine, second round, 2014 World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational (8-under), 8 birdies. Finished second
Ryan Palmer, PGA West Nicklaus Private Course (par 36), back nine, second round, 2015 Humana Challenge (9-under), two eagles, five birdies. Finished T10
Jim Furyk, TPC River Highlands (par 35), front nine, fourth found, 2016 Travelers Championship (8-under), one eagle, six birdies. Finished T5


MOST STROKES UNDER PAR (72 HOLES)

33

Steve Stricker, 2009 Bob Hope Classic, 255, four courses, par 72 (T3)*

31

Ernie Els, 2003 Mercedes Championship, 261, par 73 (won)

30

Pat Perez, 2009 Bob Hope Classic, 258, four courses, par 72 (won)*
Jordan Spieth, 2016 Hyundai Tournament of Champions, par 73 (won)

29

Joe Durant*, 2001 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, 259, four courses, par 72 (won)
Tim Herron*, 2003 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, 259, four courses, par 72 (T3)

28

John Huston, 1998 United Airlines Hawaiian Open, 260, par 72 (won)
Mark Calcavecchia, 2001 Phoenix Open, 256, par 71 (won)
Stuart Appleby, 2003 Las Vegas Invitational, 259, three courses (TPC Summerlin/par 72, TPC The Canyons/par 71, Southern Highlands/par 72) (won)*
Phil Mickelson, 2006 BellSouth Classic, 260, par 72 (won)
Phil Mickelson, 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open, 256, par 71 (won)
Patrick Reed, 2014 Humana Challenge, 260, par 72 (won)

27

Ben Hogan, 1945 Portland Invitational, 261, par 72 (won)
Mike Souchak, 1955 Texas Open, 257, par 71 (won)
Mark Calcavecchia, 1997 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, 261, four courses, par 72 (second)*
Jonathan Byrd, 2002 Buick Challenge, 261, par 72 (won)
Steve Flesch*, 2003 Las Vegas Invitational, 260, three courses (TPC Summerlin/par 72, TPC The Canyons/par 71, Southern Highlands/par 72) (T6)
Justin Thomas, 2017 Sony Open in Hawaii, 253, par 70 (won
* Through first four rounds of 90-hole tournament


MOST STROKES UNDER PAR (9 HOLES)

9

Billy Mayfair, 27, Warwick Hills G&CC (par 36), back nine, final round, 2001 Buick Open
Robert Gamez, 27, Indian Wells CC (par 36), front nine, third round, 2004 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic
Brandt Snedeker, 27, Torrey Pines GC (North) (par 36), back nine, first round, 2007 Buick Invitational
Chris Riley, 27, Montreux G&CC (par 36), front nine, second round, 2009 Legends Reno-Tahoe Open
Ryan Palmer, 27, PGA West Nicklaus Private (par 36), back nine, second round, 2015 Humana Challenge


THREE CONSECUTIVE ROUNDS

188

Steve Stricker (60-66-62), TPC Deere Run (par 71), first through third rounds, 2010 John Deere Classic (25-under)
Justin Thomas (59-64-65), Waialae Country Club (par 70), 2017 Sony Open in Hawaii (22-under)

189

Chandler Harper (63-63-63), Brackenridge Park GC (par 71), second through fourth rounds, 1954 Texas Open, (24-under)
John Cook (64-62-63), TPC Southwind (par 71), first through third rounds, 1996 FedEx St. Jude Classic, (24-under)
Mark Calcavecchia (65-60-64), TPC Scottsdale (par 71), first through third rounds, 2001 Phoenix Open, (24-under)
Tommy Armour III (64-62-63), The Resort at La Cantera (par 70), first through third rounds, 2003 Valero Texas Open, (21-under)
Phil Mickelson (60-65-64), TPC Scottsdale (par 71), first through third rounds, 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open, (24-under)
Patrick Reed (63-63--63), three courses (all par 72), first through third rounds, 2014 Humana Challenge (27-under)


TWO CONSECUTIVE ROUNDS

122

Troy Matteson (61-61), Grayhawk GC (par 70), second, third rounds, 2009 Frys.com Open, (18-under)

123

Steve Stricker (61-62) two courses (both par 72), third, fourth rounds, 2009 Bob Hope Classic, (21-under)
Justin Thomas (59-64), Waialae Country Club (par 70), first, second rounds, 2017 Sony Open in Hawaii (17-under)

124

Mark Calcavecchia (60-64), TPC Scottsdale (par 71), second, third rounds, 2001 Phoenix Open, (18-under)
Pat Perez (61-63), two courses (both par 72), first, second rounds, 2009 Bob Hope Classic, (20-under)
Stuart Appleby (65-59), The Greenbrier (The Old White TPC) (par 70), third, fourth rounds, 2010 Greenbrier Classic (16-under)
David Toms (62-62), Colonial CC (par 70), first, second rounds, 2011 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial (16-under)
Jason Day (61-63), Conway Farms GC (par 71), first, second rounds, 2015 BMW Championship (18-under)
Si Woo Kim (60-64), Sedgefield CC (par 70), second, third rounds, 2016 Wyndham Championship (16-under)


18 HOLES, MAJOR CHAMPIONSHIP

62


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The Open Championship (1)
Branden Grace, 2017, third round (8-under)

Masters (2)
Nick Price, 1986, third round (9-under)
Greg Norman, 1996, first round (9-under)

U.S. Open (5)
Johnny Miller, 1973 (Oakmont CC), final round (8-under)*
Jack Nicklaus, 1980 (Baltusrol CC), first round (7-under)*
Tom Weiskopf, 1980 (Baltusrol CC), first round (7-under)
Vijay Singh, 2003 (Olympia Fields CC), second round (7-under)
Justin Thomas, 2017, (Erin Hills), third round, (9-under)

The Open Championship (11)
Mark Hayes, 1977 (Turnberry), second round (7-under)
Isao Aoki, 1980 (Muirfield), third round (8-under)
Greg Norman, 1986 (Turnberry), second round (7-under)*
Paul Broadhurst, 1990 (St. Andrews), third round (9-under)
Jodie Mudd, 1991 (Birkdale), final round (7-under)
Nick Faldo, 1993 (St. George’s), second round (7-under)
Payne Stewart, 1993 (St. George’s), final round (7-under)
Rory McIlroy, 2010 (St. Andrews), first round (9-under)
Phil Mickelson, 2016 (Royal Troon), first round (8-under)
Henrik Stenson, 2016 (Royal Troon), final round (8-under)*
Hao Tong Li, 2017 (Royal Birkdale), final round (7-under)

PGA Championship (14)
Bruce Crampton, 1975 (Firestone GC), second round (7-under)
Raymond Floyd, 1982 (Southern Hills CC), first round (7-under)*
Gary Player, 1984 (Shoal Creek), second round (9-under)
Vijay Singh, 1993 (Inverness Club), second round (8-under)
Michael Bradley, 1995 (Riviera CC), first round (8-under)
Brad Faxon, 1995 (Riviera CC), final round (8-under)
Jose Maria Olazabal, 2000 (Valhalla GC), third round (9-under)
Mark O’Meara, 2001 (Atlanta Athletic Club), second round (7-under)
Thomas Bjorn, 2005 (Baltusrol CC), third round (7-under)
Tiger Woods, 2007 (Southern Hills CC), second round (7-under)*
Steve Stricker, 2011 (Atlanta Athletic Club), first round (7-under)
Jason Dufner, 2013 (Oak Hill CC), second round (7-under)*
Hiroshi Iwata, 2015 (Whistling Straits), second round (9-under)
Robert Streb, 2016 (Baltusrol GC), second round (7-under)

* Went on to win


MOST CONSECUTIVE BIRDIES

9

Mark Calcavecchia, Glen Abbey GC, second round, 65, 2009 RBC Canadian Open (T8)

8

Bob Goalby, Pasadena GC, final round, 65, 1961 St. Petersburg Open (won)
Fuzzy Zoeller, Oakwood CC, first round, 63, 1976 Quad Cities Open (second)
Dewey Arnette, Warwick Hills GC, first round, 65, 1987 Buick Open (T47)
Edward Fryatt, Doral Golf Resort and Spa (Blue), second round, 62, 2000 Doral-Ryder Open (T9)
J.P. Hayes, PGA West (Palmer), first round, 65, 2002 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic (T16)
Jerry Kelly, TPC Summerlin, third round, 65, 2003 Las Vegas Invitational (T9)
Chris Stroud, El Camaleon GC, second round, 63, 2011 Mayakoba Golf Classic (fourth)
Scott Piercy, Montreux G&CC, third round, 61, 2011 Reno-Tahoe Open (won)


BEST BIRDIE-EAGLE STREAK (BY HOLES)

8

Billy Mayfair, 7 birdies, 1 eagle, Warwick Hills G&CC, final round, 2001 Buick Open
Briny Baird, 7 birdies, 1 eagle, Walt Disney World Resort (Palm), second round, 2003 FUNAI Classic at Walt Disney World Resort
Ryan Palmer, 6 birdies, 2 eagles, PGA West Nicklaus Private, second round, 2015 Humana Challenge

7

Al Geiberger, 6 birdies, 1 eagle, Colonial CC, second round, 1977 Danny Thomas Memphis Classic
Webb Heintzelman, 5 birdies, 1 eagle, 1 birdie, Spanish Trail G&CC, third round, 1989 Las Vegas Invitational
Jeff Sluman, 6 birdies, 1 eagle, Cog Hill G&CC, third round, 1992 Centel Western Open
John Huston, 6 birdies, 1 eagle, Indian Wells CC, fifth round, 1997 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic
Davis Love III, 6 birdies, 1 eagle, Pebble Beach GL, final round, 2001 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am
Brandt Snedeker, 4 birdies, 1 eagle, 2 birdies, Torrey Pines GC (North), first round, 2007 Buick Invitational
Kevin Na, 4 birdies, 1 eagle, 2 birdies, PGA WEST (Tournament), third round, 2016 CareerBuilder Challenge in partnership with the Clinton Foundation


MOST CONSECUTIVE BIRDIES TO WIN

7

Kevin Streelman, 2014 Travelers Championship (last 7 holes)

6

Mike Souchak, 1956 St. Paul Open (last 6 holes)

5

Jack Nicklaus, 1978 Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic (last 5 holes)
Tom Weiskopf, 1971 Kemper Open (last 4 holes plus 1 playoff hole)
Russell Henley, 2013, Sony Open in Hawaii (last 5 holes)

Note: John Cook birdied the final hole of regulation at 1992 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, then birdied the first three holes of the playoff and eagled the fourth hole to win


MOST BIRDIES (90 HOLES)

37

Tom Kite, 1993 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic
Phil Mickelson, 2004 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic


MOST BIRDIES (72 HOLES)

34

Steve Stricker, 2009 50th Bob Hope Classic

32

Jhonattan Vegas, 2011 Bob Hope Classic
Mark Calcavecchia, 2001 Phoenix Open
Paul Gow, 2001 B.C. Open


MOST UNDER-PAR, CONSECUTIVE STARTS

54

Joe Durant, 2001 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic (36-under) and Genuity Championship (18-under)


MOST CONSECUTIVE ROUNDS PAR OR BETTER

52

Tiger Woods, third round, 2000 GTE Byron Nelson Classic, through first round, 2001 Phoenix Open