I had some PGA events recorded this weekend and went down to my den to watch them. I forget which event I was watching at the time but I saw the big guy Isaac Sanchez from Big Break Greenbrier finishing up his round and his score was ...... +27. No it wasn't a typo. He shot a +27!
I said that can't be right, no way he is a pro golfer for real so I looked him up and he actually is a pro. He turned pro in 1999. He has gone through some type of illness though so maybe that has a lot to do with it to be fair. But then I thought about it, and a +27 is basically averaging +6.75 each round which would be pretty hard for an average golfer on a pga course. But I also read that he finished in the top 10 in the 2012 Pepsi Tour Money List. I wish I could watch some of the Pepsi Tour events. I just wonder how much better those guys are than a good weekend golfer.
That got me to thinking. I wonder what was the all-time worst final score in PGA history.