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    04 February 2024

    Wyndham Clark sets new course record with a score of 60 to claim top spot at Pebble Beach Pro-Am

    American Golfer Wyndham Clark Shoots Course-Record 60 at Pebble Beach Pro-Am

    In a thrilling turn of events, American golfer Wyndham Clark made history at the prestigious Pebble Beach Pro-Am. With an extraordinary round on the famous California links course, Clark shot a course-record 60. This remarkable achievement propelled him to take the lead after three rounds.

    Clark’s incredible performance included two eagles and nine birdies, resulting in a score of 10-under-par after just 11 holes on Saturday. It seemed as though he might even reach an astonishing sub-59 score or lower, but fate intervened with a couple of putts that fell agonizingly short. Nevertheless, this outstanding round marked the potential thirteenth sub-60 round in PGA Tour history.

    Reflecting on his feat, Clark expressed pride in his mental fortitude during the game: “In my mind, I think in the past I would have coasted in and shot a nice eight or nine under,” he said to reporters. “To keep pushing myself and remain aggressive mentally was truly impressive.”

    The only minor setback amid Clark’s scintillating performance was a bogey on the twelfth hole. However, he responded tenaciously by securing three more birdies across the final six holes.

    Historic Achievement Surpasses Previous Records

    Prior to Clark’s record-breaking round at Pebble Beach Pro-Am, the tournament course record had stood jointly at 62 strokes held by Tom Kite, David Duval, Patrick Cantlay,and Matthias Schwab according to PGA Tour records. Additionally,Hurly Long had previously set The competitive course record with61 shots duringa collegiate event backin2017.Many people observed that due to adverse weather conditions throughoutthe week,thePGA Tour allowed “preferred lies” for the first three rounds, enabling golfers to uplift, clean,and place their balls in short grass areas. Despite this alteration, Clark’s remarkable round is still recognized as a record-breaking achievement.

    Ludvig Åberg Trails by One Shot Going into Final Day

    Clark’s stunning performance not only secured him the lead but also pushed Sweden’s Ludvig Åberg down to second place. However, Åberg remains hot on Clark’s heels with just one shot separating them heading into the final day of the tournament. After a solid third-round score of 67, Åberg will undoubtedly be determined to regain his position at the top.

    The competition for third place is fierce as well. France’s Matthieu Pavon, fresh off his victory in last week’s Farmers Insurance Open,is just one stroke behindÅberg.With such talented golfers vying for top positions,the final day promises an intense battle for supremacy on the stunning Pebble Beach Golf Links course.

    Meanwhile,American golfer Mark Hubbord and Belgium’s Thomas Detry are currently tied for fourth place.Together they form another formidable duo who could potentially challengethe leadersduringthe exciting conclusionofthetournament.

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