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Golf Australia Express : Issue 6
LIST THE DAVID TOMS achieved a lot in 2001. His three wins on Tour included the Compaq Classic, the Michelob Championship and a big one—the PGA. Add six more top 10s to the equation and it proved a standout year in the now 44-year-old’s career. As impressive as these stats are—and they are mighty fine—it’s the manner in which he destroyed the Highlands Course at Atlanta Athletic Club that left an indelible mark. Toms’s display was A-plus. His four round tally 265 was the lowest score in major history. His scorecards were littered with birdies and even included one better—a hole-in-one eagle. He achieved that feat during the third round after a purely struck 5-wood to the 243-yard 15th. The ball bounced twice, hit the pin and dropped into the cup. It was thumbs up for Toms. GO LOW David Toms, 2001 PGA Championship Atlanta Athletic Club, Highlands Course, Georgia 66, 65, 65, 69 = 265 (15 under)