Bill Speros Golfweek Published 6:28 PM EDT Sep 13, 2019 Kevin Chappell shot a 59 during the second round of A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier on Friday. Chappell used a record-tying stretch of nine consecutive birdies to reach 11 under for the day, becoming the 11th player to break 60 in the history of the PGA Tour. Chappell did not end Friday’s second round with the overall lead, however, and sits at 10 under for the tournament, three shots back of the leaders in the first PGA Tour event of the 2019-20 season. Chappell went out in 28 after starting his day with a par on No. 10. He then finished the front nine with eight straight birdies at the Old White Course in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Chappell’s ninth straight birdie tied Mark Calcavecchia’s PGA Tour record set 10 years ago. Chappell began 2019 on the injured list after undergoing microdiscectomy surgery to treat his ailing back in late 2018. Chappell reached 11 under after a birdie on No. 7, his 16th hole of the day. He parred the final two holes to clinch the 59 after missing a birdie on his final hole. At least one of… Read full this story
- Mike Moustakas, Alex Gordon and the Royals clobber Orioles after record-tying first
- 6-2 loss to Red Sox extends Orioles' club-record-tying road losing streak to 13 games
- Spain World Cup guide: Squad list, record, manager, team news, latest odds and star man
- Toronto Raptors Head Coach, and Front-Runner for NBA Coach of the Year, Dwane Casey Has Been Fired: Report
- Sentinel area fire calls for May 15
- Massachusetts police officer helps family, pets escape fire (video)
- Public divided over plans for mayor to take charge of fire service
- Bereaved father weeps for lost baby at London fire inquiry
- Grenfell Tower fire victims – how many people died in the London horror blaze?
- Zardari, Khan under fire over ‘hollow slogans’
PGA: Kevin Chappell fires record-tying 59 at The Greenbrier have 323 words, post on eu.usatoday.com at September 13, 2019. This is cached page on USA Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.