NORTON, Mass. – Here are the records set by Louis Oosthuizen during his third-round 63 on Sunday at the Deutsche Bank Championship:
LOWEST FRONT-9 SCORE: Oosthuizen shot a 7-under 29. The previous low of 30 was held by nine players, most recently Ryan Moore in Friday’s first round.
MOST CONSECUTIVE BIRDIES: Oosthuizen had seven straight birdies between holes 4 and 10. The previous mark was six straight, held by Charlie Wi (Round 2, 2010) and Tiger Woods (Round 1, 2012).
LOWEST 54-HOLE SCORE: Oosthuizen (66-65-63) is at 194 (19 under). The previous low was 196 (17 under) held by Mike Weir (2008) and Jason Day (2010).
>> Here are the records tied by Oosthuizen:
LARGEST 54-HOLE LEAD: Oosthuizen leads by three strokes. Previous three-stroke leaders after the third round include Adam Scott (2003), Vijay Singh (2004) and Vijay Singh (2006).
LOWEST MIDDLE 36 HOLES: Oosthuizen’s 128 for rounds two and three ties the mark set by Ben Crane (2008).