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Miscellaneous Records


TWO HOLES-IN-ONE, SAME ROUND/SAME DAY
Brian Harman, 2015 The Barclays, Plainfield CC; No. 3 (183 yards, 7-iron) and No. 14 (218 yards, 4-iron), final round; shot 68
Yusaku Miyazato, 2006 Reno Tahoe Open, Montreux G&CC; No. 7 (230 yards, 4-iron) and No. 12 (173 yards, 7-iron), second round; shot 68
Bill Whedon, 1955 Insurance City Open, Wethersfield CC; No. 5 (168 yards, 5-iron) and No. 9 (206 yards, 3-iron), first round; shot 75
TWO HOLES-IN-ONE, SAME TOURNAMENT
Brian Harman, 2015 The Barclays, final round
Yusaku Miyazato, 2006 Reno-Tahoe Open, second round
Bob Tway, 1994 Memorial Tournament; first round, third round
Glen Day, 1994 Greater Hartford Open; second round, third round
Jack Rule, 1964 Mountain View Open; first round, fourth round
Jay Hebert, 1959 El Paso Open; third round, fourth round
Dick Ferguson, 1958 Jamaica Open; second round, fourth round
Bill Whedon, 1955 Insurance City Open, first round
Jim Ferrier, 1946 San Francisco Open, first round, fourth round
HOLE-IN-ONE ON PAR-4
Andrew Magee, driver, 332-yard, No. 17, TPC Scottsdale, first round, 2001 Phoenix Open
MOST CONSECUTIVE EVENTS WITHOUT MISSING CUT
142
Tiger Woods, Buick Invitational, February 5-8, 1998, through Wachovia Championship, May 8, 2005 (missed the cut at 2005 EDS Byron Nelson Championship)
113
Byron Nelson, Bing Crosby National Pro-Am, January 26, 1941, through Colonial National Invitation, May 27-30, 1948 (withdrew after two rounds of 1949 Bing Crosby National Pro-Am)
105
Jack Nicklaus, Sahara Open, October 29-November 1,1970, through World Series of Golf, September 2-5, 1976 (missed cut 1976 World Open)
86
Hale Irwin, Bing Crosby National Pro-Am, January 23-26, 1975, through conclusion of 1978 season (missed cut in first start of 1979 season at Bing Crosby National Pro-Am)
72
Dow Finsterwald, Carling Golf Classic, September 22-25, 1955, through Houston Invitational, February 21-24, 1958 (missed the cut at Baton Rouge Open Invitational)
53
Tom Kite, Western Open, July 3-6, 1980, through Manufacturers Hanover Westchester Classic, June 24-27, 1982 (missed cut at 1982 Canadian Open)
MOST CAREER CUTS MADE
592
Jay Haas
590
Tom Kite
583
Raymond Floyd
566
Gene Littler
561
Doug Ford
543
Arnold Palmer
MOST TOP-10s (SEASON)
31
Harold "Jug" McSpaden, 1945

MOST TOP-10s (CAREER)
358
Sam Snead

MOST CONSECUTIVE TOP-10s (CAREER)
65
Byron Nelson, 1942 Texas Open through 1946 New Orleans Open

YOUNGEST PROFESSIONAL SHOOTING HIS AGE OR BELOW
66
(4-under, fourth round), Sam Snead (age 67), 1979 Quad Cities Open
67
(3-under, second round), Sam Snead (age 67), 1979 Quad Cities Open

MOST VICTORIES BEFORE AGE 21
7
Horton Smith

YOUNGEST TO WIN FIVE TITLES
20 years, 10 months, 1 day, Horton Smith
21 years, 4 months, 20 days, Tiger Woods

YOUNGEST TO WIN NINE TITLES (since WWII)
23 years, 5 months, 7 days, Tiger Woods
23 years, 6 months, 16 days, Jordan Spieth
24 years, 19 days, Jack Nicklaus
OLDEST ROOKIE
47 years, 5 months, 6 days, Allen Doyle, 1996
47 years, 4 months, 6 days, Jim Rutledge, 2007

YOUNGEST TO PLAY (SINCE 1900)
11 years, 11 months, 2 days, Don Dunkelberger, 1937 Chicago Open (103, WD)
14 years, 2 months, 29 days, Michelle Wie, 2004 Sony Open in Hawaii (72-68—140, missed cut)
14 years, 5 months, 11 days, Marshall Springer, 1937 Chicago Open (missed cut)
14 years, 5 months, 17 days, Guan Tianlang, 2013 Masters Tournament (73-75-77-75—300, 58)
14 years, 6 months, Andy Zhang, 2012 U.S. Open (79-78—157, missed cut)
14 years, 6 months, Guan Tianlang, 2013 Zurich Classic of New Orleans (72-69-77-74—292, 71)
14 years, 6 months 20 days, Guan Tianlang, 2013 HP Byron Nelson Championship (70-77—147, missed cut)
14 years, 7 months, 5 days, Guan Tianlang, 2013 Memorial Tournament (72-79—151, missed cut)
14 years, 7 months, 24 days, Lorens Chan, 2009 Sony Open in Hawaii (72-75—147, missed cut)
14 years, 8 months, Marshall Springer, 1937 Western Open (84-90—174, missed cut)
14 years, 9 months, 7 days, George Burtoft, 1937 Utah Open (88-91-80-93—352, finish N/A)
15 years, 3 months, 2 days, Michelle Wie, 2005 Sony Open in Hawaii (75-74—149, missed cut)
15 years, 5 months, 7 days, Tadd Fujikawa, 2006 U.S. Open (81-77—158, missed cut)
15 years, 7 months, 2 days, George Burtoft, 1938 Washington Open (149-156—305, finish N/A)
15 years, 8 months, 20 days, Bob Panasik, 1957 Canadian Open (71-74-75-76—296, T66)
15 years, 8 months, 29 days, Michelle Wie, 2005 John Deere Classic (70-71—141, missed cut)


YOUNGEST TO PLAY IN EACH MAJOR
Masters Tournament
14 years, 5 months, 17 days, Guan Tianlang, 2013 (58th)

U.S. Open
14 years, 6 months, Andy Zhang, 2012 (missed cut)

The Open Championship
14 years, 4 months, 25 days, Tom Morris, Jr., 1865 (missed cut)

PGA Championship
17 years, 10 months, 27 days, Ryo Ishikawa, 2009 (T56)

OLDEST TO PLAY
77 years, 10 months, 9 days, Jerry Barber, 1994 Buick Invitational (missed cut)

YOUNGEST TO MAKE CUT
14 years, 5 months, 17 days, Guan Tianlang, 2013 Masters (58)
14 years, 6 months, 1 day, Guan Tianlang, 2013 Zurich Classic of New Orleans (71)
15 years, 8 months, 20 days, Bob Panasik, 1957 Canadian Open (T66)
16 years, 4 days, Tadd Fujikawa, 2007 Sony Open in Hawaii (T20)
16 years, 2 months, 23 days, Justin Thomas, 2009 Wyndham Championship (T78)
16 years, 2 months, 29 days, Matteo Manassero, 2009 The Open Championship (T13)
16 years, 6 months, 20 days, Donald Carrick, 1923 Canadian Open (22)
16 years, 9 months, 7 days, Ty Tryon, 2001 Honda Classic (T39)
16 years, 9 months, 24 days, Jordan Spieth, 2010 HP Byron Nelson Championship (T16)
16 years, 11 months, 21 days, Matteo Manassero, 2010 Masters Tournament (T36)
17 years, 1 month, 5 days, Jorge Garcia, 2013 Puerto Rico Open (75)
17 years, 1 month, 22 days, Tommy Jacobs, 1952 Masters Tournament (6)

OLDEST TO MAKE CUT
67 years, 2 months, 21 days, Sam Snead, 1979 Manufacturers Hanover Westchester Classic (47)

OLDEST TO FINISH IN TOP 10
63 years, 3 months, 4 days, Sam Snead, 1975 B.C. Open (T8)

OLDEST TO MAKE CUT IN MAJOR
67 years, 2 months, 7 days, Sam Snead, 1979 PGA Championship (T42)

OLDEST TO TOP-10 IN MAJOR
62 years, 2 months, 15 days, Sam Snead, 1974 PGA Championship (T3)

FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN TO PLAY
John Shippen, 1896 U.S. Open (T6)

Note: Bill Spiller and Ted Rhodes both played in the 1948 Los Angeles Open, becoming the first African-Americans to play in a sponsored PGA TOUR event

FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN TO WIN OFFICIAL TITLE
Pete Brown, 1964 Waco Turner Open

WOMEN WHO PLAYED IN PGA TOUR EVENTS
Babe Didrikson Zaharias (7)
1935 Cascades Open (September 19-21), 86-88—174 (missed cut); sponsor invitation
1937 Chicago Open (July 23-25), 86 (withdrew); sponsor invitation
1938 Los Angeles Open (January 7-10), 81-84—165 (missed cut); sponsor invitation
1945 Los Angeles Open (January 5-8) 76-81-79—236 (missed cut); qualified with 76-76—152
1945 Phoenix Open (January 11-14) 77-72-75-80—304 (33rd); sponsor invitation
1945 Tucson Open (January 18-21) 307 total (42nd); qualified with 74-81—155
1946 Los Angeles Open (January 3-6), 81-81—162 (withdrew); sponsor invitation

Shirley Spork (1)
1952 Northern California-Reno Open (October 9-12), 77-80-77-80—314 (105th); sponsor invitation

Annika Sorenstam (1)
2003 Bank of America Colonial (May 22-25) 71-74—145 (missed cut); sponsor invitation

Suzy Whaley (1)
2003 Greater Hartford Open (July 24-27), 75-78—153 (missed cut); qualified by winning 2002 Connecticut PGA Section Championship

Michelle Wie (8)
2004 Sony Open in Hawaii (January15-18) 72-68—140 (missed cut); sponsor invitation
2005 Sony Open in Hawaii (January 13-16) 75-74—149 (missed cut); sponsor invitation
2005 John Deere Classic (July 7-10) 70-71—141 (missed cut); sponsor invitation
2006 Sony Open in Hawaii (January 12-15) 79-68—147 (missed cut); sponsor invitation
2006 John Deere Classic (July 13-16) 77 (withdrew); sponsor invitation
2006 84 LUMBER Classic (September 14-17) 77-81—158 (missed cut); sponsor invitation
2007 Sony Open In Hawaii (January 11-14) 78-76—154 (missed cut); sponsor invitation
2008 Legends Reno-Tahoe Open (July 31-Aug. 3) 73-80—153 (missed cut); sponsor invitation

LEFTHANDED WINNERS
42
Phil Mickelson
1991 Northern Telecom Open. 1993 Buick Invitational of California, The International. 1994 Mercedes Championships. 1995 Northern Telecom Open. 1996 Nortel Open, Phoenix Open, GTE Byron Nelson Golf Classic, NEC World Series of Golf. 1997 Bay Hill Invitational, Sprint International. 1998 Mercedes Championships, AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. 2000 Buick Invitational, BellSouth Classic, MasterCard Colonial, TOUR Championship. 2001 Buick Invitational, Canon Greater Hartford Open. 2002 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, Canon Greater Hartford Open. 2004 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, Masters Tournament. 2005 FBR Open, AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, BellSouth Classic, PGA Championship. 2006 BellSouth Classic, Masters Tournament. 2007 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, THE PLAYERS Championship, Deutsche Bank Championship. 2008 Northern Trust Open, Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. 2009 Northern Trust Open, World Golf Championships-CA Championship, TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. 2010 Masters Tournament. 2011 Shell Houston Open. 2012 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open. The Open Championship.
9
Bubba Watson
2010 Travelers Championship. 2011 Farmers Insurance Open. 2011 Zurich Classic of New Orleans. 2012 Masters Tournament. 2014 Northern Trust Open. 2014 Masters Tournament. 2014 World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions. 2015 Travelers Championship. 2016 Northern Trust Open.
8
Mike Weir
1999 Air Canada Championship. 2000 World Golf Championships-American Express Championship. 2001 TOUR Championship. 2003 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, Nissan Open, Masters Tournament. 2004 Nissan Open. 2007 Fry’s Electronics Open.
6
Bob Charles
1963 Houston Classic. The Open Championship. 1965 Tucson Open Invitational. 1967 Atlanta Classic. 1968 Canadian Open. 1974 Greater Greensboro Open.
4
Steve Flesch
2003 HP Classic of New Orleans. 2004 Bank of America Colonial. 2007 Reno-Tahoe Open, Turning Stone Resort Championship.
2
Brian Harman
2014 John Deere Classic. 2017 Wells Fargo Championship.
1
Sam Adams
1973 Quad Cities Open
Ernie Gonzalez
1986 Pensacola Open
Russ Cochran
1991 Centel Western Open
Eric Axley
2006 Valero Texas Open
Ted Potter, Jr.
2012 Greenbrier Classic
Greg Chalmers
2016 Barracuda Championship
Cody Gribble
2016 Sanderson Farms Championship
1-2 FINISHES BY LEFTHANDERS (SINCE 2005)
Bubba Watson (won) and Phil Mickelson (second), 2011 Farmers Insurance Open
Phil Mickelson (won) and Mike Weir (second), 2005 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am
FATHER-SON WINNERS
Tom Morris, Sr. (1861 The Open Championship)
Tom Morris, Jr. (1868 The Open Championship)

Willie Park, Sr. (1860 The Open Championship)
Willie Park, Jr. (1887 The Open Championship)

Joe Kirkwood, Sr. (1923 California Open)
Joe Kirkwood, Jr. (1949 Philadelphia Inquirer Open)
Jack Burke, Sr. (1925 Texas PGA Championship)
Jack Burke, Jr. (1950 Rio Grande Valley Open)

Clayton Heafner (1941 Mahoning Valley Open)
Vance Heafner (1981 Walt Disney World National Team Championship with Mike Holland)

Julius Boros (1952 U.S. Open)
Guy Boros (1996 Greater Vancouver Open)
Al Geiberger (1962 Ontario Open)
Brent Geiberger (1999 Canon Greater Hartford Open)

Jay Haas (1978 Andy Williams San Diego Open Invitational)
Bill Haas (2010 Bob Hope Classic)

Craig Stadler (1980 Bob Hope Desert Classic)
Kevin Stadler (2014 Waste Manangement Phoenix Open)

Note: The Morrises, Parks, Kirkwoods (1924 and 1949 Philadelphia Inquirer Opens), Geibergers (1976 and 2004 Greensboro events) and Haases (1988 and 2010 Bob Hope Classics) have won the same tournament.

Note: First win listed

BROTHERS WHO HAVE WON (YEAR OF FIRST WIN/TOTAL TOUR WINS)
Alex Smith (1906/2)
Macdonald Smith (1924/24)
Willie Smith (1899/1)

Tom Kerrigan (1920/4)
George Kerrigan (1922/2)

Al Espinosa (1924/8)
Abe Espinosa (1928/3)
Lloyd Mangrum (1940/36)
Ray Mangrum (1936/5)

Jim Turnesa (1951/2)
Joe Turnesa (1924/15)
Mike Turnesa (1931/6)
Phil Turnesa (1932/1)

Lionel Hebert (1957/5)
Jay Hebert (1957/5)
Dave Hill (1961/13)
Mike Hill (1970/3)

Don Massengale (1966/2)
Rik Massengale (1975/3)

Joe Inman (1976/1)
John Inman (1987/2)
Danny Edwards (1977/5)
David Edwards (1980/4)

Curt Byrum (1989/1)
Tom Byrum (1989/1)

Brad Bryant (1995/1)
Bart Bryant (2004/3)