Wyndham Clark established a course record at Pebble Beach Golf Links with a 12-under-par 60 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Golf Pro-Am. The 2023 U.S. Open champion, Clark, leads the event at 17-under-par 199, one shot ahead of Ludvig Aberg and two shots ahead of Matthieu Pavon. His round of two eagles, nine birdies, and one bogey broke the tournament record set by Tom Kite, David Duval, Patrick Cantlay, and Matthias Schwab.
Wyndham Clark’s Record-Breaking Round at Pebble Beach Golf: PGA Tour History Made!
Clark shattered the Pebble Beach Golf course record and the Carmel Cup’s Hurly Long record with his stellar effort. Only 13 PGA Tour rounds have been under 60. Despite feeling uncomfortable at the 10th hole and making a bogie on the 12th, Clark stayed aggressive and made vital putts to complete his historic round.
One of three leaders after 36 holes, Ludvig Aberg, had five birdies and no bogeys to stay in contention. Weather, especially heavy winds, might delay the final round. Tournament organizers may postpone the fourth round on Sunday morning or extend it to Monday or Tuesday depending on the weather.
With 39-foot and 42-foot putts on the second and sixth holes, Clark’s eagles stood out. His front-nine effort included a par-3 seventh near-hole-in-one, a 30-foot eighth birdie, and a 28-foot ninth birdie. Clark’s technique and focus, especially after the 12th bogey, showed his mental strength.
A Masterclass in Golf Brilliance!
Ludvig Aberg and Matthieu Pavon made it close, but Clark’s play and history-making round sealed the win. Aberg stressed careful shot selection without dangerous moves, but Pavon remains a contender. Mark Hubbard and Thomas Detry share fourth at 14-under-par.
If rain delays the last round, Clark may win. Wyndham Clark’s incredible performance provides excitement to the AT&T Pebble Beach Golf Pro-Am, demonstrating the PGA Tour’s talented and resilient golfers.