This post is all about golf records! Sometimes you just get into the zone, and you can’t miss (Records are current as of 2021).
List of PGA Records
Let’s take a look at the some of the most interesting PGA records.
Most Career Golf Major Championships:
Major Golf Championship include: The Masters, The U.S Open, The British Open, & P.G.A Championship
- Jack Nicklaus-18
- Tiger Woods- 15
- Walter Hagen-11
- Ben Hogan-9
- Gary Player-9
- Tom Watson-8
Lowest Round in a Golf Major:
Brandon Grace shot a 62 in the third round at Royal Birkdale Golf Course in 2017
Most Consecutive Majors Won:
Tiger Woods won the U.S Open, Open Championship, P.G.A Championship and the Masters all in a row in 2000-2001. (Also called the Tiger Slam)
Most Career Victories on Tour:
- Sam Snead – 82
- Tiger Woods – 82
- Jack Nicklaus – 73
- Ben Hogan – 64
- Arnold Palmer – 62
- Byron Nelson – 52
- Billy Casper – 51
Longest Recorded Drive in a Golf Tournament:
Mike Austin hit a booming 515-yard drive at Winterwood Golf Course in Las Vegas, Nevada in 1974.
Most Birdies in a Round:
Both Chip Beck (1991) and Adam Hadwin (2017) had 13 birdies in a round
Most Consecutive Birdies in a Round:
Mark Calcavecchia had 9 birdies in a row in a PGA tournament in 2009
Most Hole in One’s on the PGA Tour:
Both Robert Allenby and Hal Sutton have recorded, 10 “holes in ones” in tournament play
Longest Hole in One:
Andrew Magee made a “hole in one” on a par 4 in 2001 at TPC Scottsdale. The hole was 332 yards long.
Most Eagles in a Round:
Most Eagles in a Tournament (72 Holes):
Lowest Scoring Average (Career):
Recommended: For more information about stats in individual Major Golf Tournaments, click here!
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