Brandt Snedeker becomes to 10th player to shoot 59 on PGA Tour


GREENSBORO, N.C. -Brandt Snedeker shot an 11-under 59 on Thursday at the Wyndham Championship, falling one shot shy of matching the record.

Needing an eagle on the par-five final hole to break 60, Duval followed a ideal drive with a stunning second to six feet and he calmly rolled in the putt to snatch a one-shot win over Steve Pate - the first of four victories for Duval in the year.

The 10th sub-60 round on the PGA Tour belonged to Snedeker on the opening day at Sedgefield Country Club, although he did not get off to a great start as he bogeyed the 10th before he bounced back with four straight birdies.

The 59 is the first on the PGA Tour since Adam Hadwin did it at the CareerBuilder Challenge in January 2017.

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Furyk blazed his way into the record books once again as he fired the first 58 in PGA Tour history during the final round at TPC River Highlands.

Just three weeks after Goydos became the fourth player to break 60, Appleby became the fifth as the Australian emulated Duval and carded a final-round 59 to clinch a one-shot win over Jeff Overton. He tore it up down the stretch with an 8-under 27 over his last nine holes, with 6 birdies and a 176-yard eagle hole-out at the par-4 6th. He has three top-10 finishes and two missed cuts in his last seven events and has not won on tour since 2016. During his first 16 tournaments of the season, he finished in the top 10 just once. "As much as I tried to positive self-talk myself into playing good, I didn't see 59 coming today, to be honest with you".

The best part was that he didn't realize it went in until he got to the green.

"Could have been even more special, " he said, "but happy with the way everything turned out".