Bobby Jones, who won the pre-Masters era Career Grand Slam once, and is the only golfer all -time to have won four majors in the same calendar year .
Tiger Woods ‘ Lowest Round Ever Has Woods ever shot 59 ? And Woods carded a 59 that day, 13-under par on the Isleworth course. He scored 32 on the front nine and 27 on the back nine. That is the only round of 59 in Tiger’s career.
55 Is the Lowest (Known) 18 – Hole Golf Score Ever Recorded. The lowest score ever recorded for a “regulation” 18 – hole round of golf (not an executive course, not a short course, minimum par of 70) is 55. He had 13 birdies and one eagle and used only 20 putts. The golf course where Blancas’ 55 was posted no longer exists
Official World Golf Rankings
|1||D. Johnson Dustin Johnson||usa|
|2||J. Rahm Jon Rahm||esp|
|3||J. Thomas Justin Thomas||usa|
|4||R. McIlroy Rory McIlroy||nir|
Jack Nicklaus certainly is the GOAT , and here’s why First, in addition to his 18 major championships, Nicklaus finished second 19 times and third an additional nine times; Woods has seven seconds and four thirds. Even more telling is the major record of their contemporaries.
1. Jack Nicklaus . Nicknamed the Golden Bear , Nicklaus gained 73 victories in his career, including 18 major golf championships.
36 years (June 22, 1984)
While Jack Nicklaus has the most major titles, Tiger Woods has the most overall PGA Tour tournament wins in his career with 82, tied with Sam Snead. The overall win total in tournaments reveals one interesting thing—Woods in his prime was better than prime Nicklaus.
In terms of the current four majors , the first to win all four in a single year was Don Budge, who completed the feat in 1938. To date, 17 players have completed a Grand Slam , though only six in the most prestigious singles titles. Only Stefan Edberg has completed the Grand Slam in a Junior discipline.
Tiger Woods might not be one of the longest hitters this season, but he does own one of the biggest drives of all time. In 2002, Woods unleashed a 498-yard bomb on the 18th hole at the Mercedes Championship at Kapalua’s Plantation Course. It holds up today as the longest recorded drive of the 21st century.
The lowest officially recorded round is 55 by Rhein Gibson (12 birdies and two eagles on a par 71) on May 12, 2012 at River Oaks Golf Club in Edmond, Oklahoma. This score is recognized by the Guinness World Records.
For Jordan Spieth, who, at 24, has the first three legs of the career Grand Slam, the PGA Championship is the hardest golf major for him to win.