Friday, March 25, 2011

Highest Pro Golf Scores in History

Every golfer out there has put up a ridiculously high number before. Here's a look at some of the highest professional golf scores in recorded history.
  • John Daly made an 18 at the par-5 6th at Bay Hill after pulling a tin cup
  • John Daly made a 12 on a par-4 at the Valspar Championship
  • Phil Mickelson made a 10 at the par-5 6th at Bay Hill.
  • Yuta Ikeda made an 11 at the par-5 6th at Bay Hill.
  • John Daly made a 14 on the par-5 18th at Pebble Beach after hitting one shot into a backyard and then three more in the Pacific. 
  • Arnold Palmer made a 12 at the par-5 18th at the LA Open. 
  • Gary McCord made a 16 at the 16th at Colonial. 
  • Kevin Na made a 16 at the 9th at Valero Texas Open.
  • Billy Casper made a 14 on the par-3 16th at Augusta.
  • Tom Weiskopf made a 13 on the par-3 12th at Augusta.
  • Philippe Porquier made a 20 during the 1978 French Open.
  • Tommy Armour made a 23 at the 1927 Shawnee Open.
  • Mitsuhiro Tateyama made a 19 at a par-3 on the Japan Tour when he hit his tee shot into the bushes, then took 14 swipes to get out. 

As far as for an entire round, Mark James shot a 111 at the 1978 Italian Open. Brutal!