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PGA Tour Records

PGA Tour Records

Who holds the records on the PGA Tour?
 

The PGA Tour is the most lucrative golf tour in the world and hence many of the best players in the world have membership to the tour. Creating records that are constantly being broken and some records that may possibly never be broken. Here’s a look at some of the PGA Tour records

Most wins

82 – Sam Snead (1936–1965)
80 – Tiger Woods (1996–)
79 – Jack Nicklaus (1962–1986)
64 – Ben Hogan (1938–1959)
62 – Arnold Palmer (1955–1973)

Most cuts made

592 in 798 starts – Jay Haas
586 in 710 starts – Tom Kite
582 in 726 starts – Raymond Floyd
564 in 645 starts – Gene Littler
553 in 737 starts – Doug Ford

Largest margin of victory

16 shots – J.D.Edgar, 1919 Canadian Open
16 shots – Joe Kirkwood, 1924 Corpus Christi Open
16 shots – Sam Snead, 1936 West Virginia Closed Pro
16 shots – Bobby Locke, 1948 Chicago Victory National Championship

Most under par winning score (72 holes)

-33 – Steve Stricker, 2009 Bob Hope Classic*
-31 – Ernie Els, 2003 Mercedes Championship
-30 – Jordan Spieth, Hyundai Tournament of Champions

*the Bob Hope Classic tournaments were played over 5 rounds (90 holes), -33 was Stricker’s score after 72 holes

Lowest scores for 18 holes

58 – Jim Furyk, 2016 Travelers Championship Round 4

59 – Al Geiberger, 1977 Memphis Classic Round 2
59 – Chip Beck, 1991 Las Vegas International Round 3
59 – David Duval, 1999 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic Round 4
59 – Paul Goydos, 2010 John Deere Classic Round 2
59 – Stuart Appleby, 2010 Greenbrier Classic Round 4
59 – Jim Furyk, 2013 BMW Championship Round 2
59 – Justin Thomas, 2017 Sony Open Round 1
59 – Adam Hadwin, 2017 Career Buider Challenge Round 3
59 – Brandt Snedeker, 2018 Wyndham Championship Round 1

Lowest 72 hole stroke total

253 – Justin Thomas (59-64-65-65), 2017 Sony Open
254 – Tommy Armour III (64-62-63-65), 2003 Valero Texas Open
255 – Steve Stricker (65-67-61-62), 2009 Bob Hope Classic*
256 – Mark Calcavecchia (65-60-64-67), 2001 Phoenix Open
256 – Russell Henley (63-63-67-63), 2013 Sony Open
256 – Phil Mickelson (60-65-64-67), 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open

*Stricker’s first four rounds, the Bob Hope Classic was a five round tournament

Lowest 9 hole score

26 – Corey Pavin, front nine, first round, 2006 U.S. Bank Championship

Most PGA Tour events played without a win

407 events – Brett Quigley
379 events – Briny Baird
346 events – Brian Davis
337 events – Brandt Jobe
293 events – Jeff Overton

Most consecutive birdies in one round

9 – Mark Calcavecchia, 2009 RBC Canadian Open Round 2

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