Golfers who have broken 60 in history in professional golf

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Golfers who have broken 60 in history in professional golf

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Golfers who have broken 60 in history in professional golf

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Annika Sorenstam

Annika Sorenstam holes up a ball marked “59” after she became the first women in LPGA history to shoot a 59 on March 16, 2001 at the Standard Register Ping in Phoenix. Photo: Rob Schumacher/USA TODAY Network

• Annika Sorenstam became the first female to shot 59 in 2001 on the LPGA Tour at the Standard Register Ping.

Other rounds under 60 of note:

• Ryo Ishikawa shot 58 in 2010 on the Japan Golf Tour at The Crowns.

• Notah Begay III shot 59 in 1998 on the Nike Tour during the Las Vegas Invitational.

• Doug Dunakey shot 59 in 1998 on the Nike Tour during the Miami Valley Open.

• Masahiro Kuramoto shot 59 in 2003 on the Japan Golf Tour during the Acom International.

• Jason Gore shot 59 in 2005 on the Nationwide Tour at the Cox Classic.

• Adrien Mork shot 59 in 2006 on the Challenge Tour during the Tikida Hotels Agadir Moroccan Classic.

• Will Wilcox shot 59 at the 2013 Utah Championship on the Web.com Tour.

• Russell Knox became the second player to shoot 59 on the Web.com Tour in 2013 when he did it at the Boise Open.

Stephan Jaeger recorded the first 58 in Web.com Tour history by making 12 birdies and shooting 12 under in the first round of the 2016 Ellie Mae Classic.

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