Activities Sports & Athletics Golfers Shooting 60 on the PGA Tour Share PINTEREST Email Print Zach Johnson has two rounds of 60 in his PGA Tour career. Sam Greenwood/Getty Images Sports & Athletics Golf History Basics Gear Golf Courses Famous Golfers Golf Tournaments Baseball Basketball Bicycling Billiards Bodybuilding Bowling Boxing Car Racing Cheerleading Cricket Extreme Sports Football Gymnastics Ice Hockey Martial Arts Professional Wrestling Skateboarding Skating Paintball Soccer Swimming & Diving Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Other Activities Learn More By Brent Kelley Brent Kelley is an award-winning sports journalist and golf expert with over 30 years in print and online journalism. our editorial process Brent Kelley Updated August 30, 2019 Rounds of 59 are extremely rare in golf. But what about rounds of 60? How rare are those? A score of 60 has been posted in official PGA Tour tournament play 37 times, by 34 different golfers, the first time occuring in 1951. Here is the list of 60s on the PGA Tour: Al Brosch, Brackenridge Park GC, third round, 1951 Texas OpenBill Nary, El Paso CC, third round, 1952 El Paso OpenTed Kroll (30-30), Brackenridge Park GC, third round, 1954 Texas OpenWally Ulrich (29-31), Cavalier Yacht & CC, second round, 1954 Virginia Beach OpenTommy Bolt (30-30), Wethersfield CC, second round, 1954 Insurance City OpenMike Souchak (27-33), Brackenridge Park GC, San Antonio, TX, first round, 1955 Texas OpenSam Snead, Glen Lakes CC, second round, 1957 Dallas OpenDavid Frost (29-31), Randolph Park GC, second round, 1990 Northern Telecom Tucson OpenDavis Love III (31-29), Waialae CC, second round, 1994 United Airlines Hawaiian OpenGrant Waite (31-29), TPC Scottsdale, final round, 1996 Phoenix OpenSteve Lowery (29-31), Callaway Gardens (Mountain View Course), final round, 1997 Buick ChallengeTommy Armour III (30-30), Las Vegas CC, second round, 1999 Las Vegas InvitationalMark Calcavecchia (29-31), TPC Scottsdale, second round, 2001 Phoenix OpenRobert Gamez (27-33), Indian Wells CC, third round, 2004 Bob Hope Chrysler ClassicBart Bryant (29-31), The Resort Course at LaCantera, third round, 2004 Valero Texas OpenPhil Mickelson (29-31), TPC Scottsdale, second round, 2005 FBR OpenPat Perez (30-30), Palmer Course at PGA West, first round, 2006 Bob Hope Chrysler ChampionshipArron Oberholser (30-30), Cottonwood Valley Course, second round, 2006 EDS Byron Nelson ChampionshipJustin Rose (29-31), Palm Course, first round, 2006 Funai Classic at Walt Disney World ResortZach Johnson (31-29), East Lake Golf Club, third round, 2007 Tour ChampionshipZach Johnson (30-30), La Cantera Golf Club (Resort Course), third round, 2009 Valero Texas OpenSteve Stricker (30-30), TPC Deere Run, first round, 2010 John Deere ClassicCarl Pettersen (31-29), St. George's Golf and Country Club, third round, 2010 RBC Canadian OpenJ.B. Holmes (30-30), The Old White Course, third round, 2010 Greenbrier ClassicPatrick Cantlay (30-30), TPC River Highlands, second round, 2011 Travelers ChampionshipTommy "Two Gloves" Gainey (31-29), Sea Island (Seaside Coure), fourth round, 2012 McGladrey ClassicPhil Mickelson (29-31), TPC Scottsdale, first round, 2013 Waste Management Phoenix OpenKeegan Bradley (29-31), TPC Four Seasons Resort, first round, 2013 HP Byron Nelson ChampionshipJ.J. Henry (32-28), TPC Summerlin, first round, 2013 Shriners Hospitals for Children OpenSung Kang (29-31), Monterey Peninsula CC, 2016 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AmJhonattan Vegas (32-28), Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail (Grand National), 2016 Barbasol ChampionshipSi Woo Kim (31-29), Sedgefield Country Club, 2016 Wyndham ChampionshipRod Pampling (29-31), TPC Summerlin, 2016 Shriners Hospitals for Children OpenKevin Kisner (30-29), Wailae Country Club, 2017 Sony OpenChad Collins (30-30), RTJ Trail (Grand National), 2017 Barbasol ChampionshipScott Stallings (29-31), RTJ Trail (Grand National), 2017 Barbasol ChampionshipPhil Mickelson (30-30), LaQuinta Country Club, 2019 Desert ClassicBrandt Snedeker (29-31), Hamilton Golf & Country Club, 2019 RBC Canadian Open Note: So far, Zach Johnson and Phil Mickelson are the only golfers with multiple rounds of 60 in official PGA Tour play. Mickelson has done it three times, Johnson twice. And Cantlay recorded his round of 60 as a 19-year-old amateur.