Jim Furyk became the sixth U.S. PGA Tour player with a round of 59 in competition, achieving the feat during the second round of the BMW Championship.
Jim Furyk was disqualified from this week’s Barclays tournament, the first event of the U.S. PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup playoffs, after arriving late for his pro-am tee time today.
Jim Furyk holds a one-shot lead over England’s Justin Rose entering today’s third round of the Tour Championship after shooting nine birdies yesterday in the final event of golf’s U.S. PGA Tour season.
Jim Furyk won the U.S. PGA Tour’s Player of the Year award, a title that had gone to Tiger Woods nine of the past 11 years.
Jim Furyk will need more than a victory today at the Tour Championship to claim golf’s biggest prize.
The PGA Tour suspended its Pro-Am policy for the remainder of the season, six days after Jim Furyk was disqualified from the Barclays tournament for missing his tee time with a group of amateurs.
"We got off to a great start, we got to 3-up pretty early."
- Jim Furyk on Sep 27, 2014