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The Tour Report

October 14 2010

4:54 PM

Three 59ers in this week’s field

The PGA TOUR’s 59 club seems to be having a meeting this week in San Martin, Calif. Three of the five players who share the TOUR’s all-time low scoring mark are in the field this week. Both players who reached the historic mark in 2010, Paul Goydos and Stuart Appleby, are teeing it up at CordeValle. Goydos has finished his first round and his 65 has him tied for the lead. Appleby is even through four holes. David Duval, whose final-round 59 netted him a victory in the 1999 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, shot a 3-under 68 today in spite of three bogeys. Duval entered the week at No. 109 on the money list. That round currently ties him for 9th, a good position because a top-10 finish would likely move him inside the top 100.