Justin Rose blew a shot at PGA Tour history on the final hole of the RBC Canadian Open
Standing on the 18th Sunday, Justin Rose had a commemoration round. Two berries later turn into a forgetfulness cycle.
The 10-time winner of the PGA Tour made three eagles, seven birds, five parks and two bogeys to reach 11 under 17 holes in the final round of the RBC Canadian Open in St. Petersburg.
Officially at the 59- or even 58-clock, Rose was looking to become the 13th player to sign the under-60 round in Tour history, and the first from current world No. 1
He found relief from the grandstands and knelt in a difficult position after the green to leave 18 feet to fit and a piece of history. Instead,
He doubled the bogey of 10 under 60 golfers (who set the academic record, the RBC Canadian Open record and the best personal record).
Scores very low compared to the number of Visiting History 13 below, scored four times, most recently in 2017 by Adam Hadwin in the CareerBuilder Challenge.
Jim Furyk is the only athlete to have ever shot in two under-60 rounds, and he is the only player to ever shoot in 58, doing so at the 2016 Traveler Championship.