Bryson DeChambeau Shoots Lowest Score In LIV History In Win At Greenbrier

Bryson DeChambeau celebrates after shooting a 58 in his final round at Greenbrier.

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Bryson DeChambeau made LIV history over the weekend. The golfer recorded the lowest round score in the league’s brief existence, shooting a 58 on Sunday.

DeChambeau’s impressive round put a bow on his first LIV Golf title as he dominated the competition.

He opened the event with a respectable 68 before skyrocketing up the leaderboard on Saturday. DeChambeau just missed out on becoming the first LIV golfer to shoot sub-60, finishing his second round at 61.

He then somehow bested that impressive performance on the tournament’s final day.

DeChambeau recorded 13 birdies and finished his third round at -12. He capped the 58 with a 35-foot putt at the 18th.

The golf world was quick to react on social media.

“One of the greatest rounds I’ve seen in golf. Congrats Bryson,” one fan said.

“Hands down the greatest round of golf I’ve ever witnessed. Welcome back to the winner’s circle, Bryson,” another follower wrote.

“Yes! A weekend for the history books!! 119 over two days!!! And how about that final shot!!!! WOW,” this person tweeted.

With the 58, DeChambeau became the fourth top-level professional golfer to record the score. Jim Furyk was the last to do it, shooting 58 at the Travelers Championship in 2016.

Ryo Ishikawa and SH Kim have also accomplished the feat.

The record for professional golf is 57 recorded by David Carey in the 2019 Cervino Open on the Alps Tour.

Despite the performance, DeChambeau’s LIV team wasn’t able to secure the win. Team Torque beat the Crushers by three strokes to win the group event.