Jim Furyk won't win the Travelers Championship, but no one in the field will have a better Sunday than the 46-year old former major champion. Furyk destroyed the par-70 TPC River Highlands course in hi final round Sunday, carding the lowest score in PGA Tour history with a phenomenal 58.
Furyk was the last player on tour to shoot a 59 three years ago - and he missed a few chances to go even lower Sunday. He ultimately had a tap-in on the 18th hole for 58, and Furyk's fellow PGA Tour players were blown away by his performance.
We bow down to you Jim #58 #history 👏🏼👏🏼— Luke Donald (@LukeDonald) August 7, 2016
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"I hit the ball poorly yesterday." Today Jim Furyk shoots 58. What a strange game this is!— Luke Donald (@LukeDonald) August 7, 2016
Congrats Jim and Fluff!!! @TravelersChamp— Ken Duke (@DukePGA) August 7, 2016
Special round of golf there from Furyk. Cool to see how emotional he was. Golf is hard and days like that don't happen often. #58— Graeme McDowell (@Graeme_McDowell) August 7, 2016