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Patrick Reed won the Humana Challenge in partnership with the Clinton Foundation on Sunday with a 28-under par score of 260. That is tied for the second-lowest 72-hole score in relation to par in PGA TOUR history -- among 72-hole tournaments. Ernie Els had the lowest score at the 2003 Mercedes Championship.

Here is a list of the lowest 72-hole scores in relation to par.

33 -- Steve Stricker*, 2009 Bob Hope Classic, 255, four courses, par 72 (T3) 
 
31 -- Ernie Els, 2003 Mercedes Championship, 261, par 73 (won) 
 
30 -- Pat Perez*, 2009 Bob Hope Classic, 258, four courses, par 72 (won) 
 
29 -- Joe Durant*, 2001 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, 259, four courses, par 72 (won); Tim Herron*, 2003 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, 259, four courses, par 72 (T3) 
 
28 -- John Huston, 1998 United Airlines Hawaiian Open, 260, par 72 (won); Mark Calcavecchia, 2001 Phoenix Open, 256, par 71 (won); Stuart Appleby*, 2003 Las Vegas Invitational, 259, three courses (TPC Summerlin/par 72, TPC The Canyons/par 71, Southern Highlands/par 72) (won); Phil Mickelson, 2006 BellSouth Classic, 260, par 72 (won); Phil Mickelson, 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open, 256, par 71 (won); Patrick Reed, 2014 Humana Challenge, 260, par 72 (won)

* -- Through first four rounds of 90-hole tournament

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