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Korn Ferry Tour golfer shoots 57, breaking record for lowest score at PGA Tour-sanctioned event

Cristobal del Solar became the first person to shoot a 57 at a PGA Tour-sanctioned event on Thusday at the Astara Golf Championship on the Korn Ferry Tour.

Cristobal Del Solar had a lot of circles on his scorecard from Thursday.

That's because he shot a 57 in the first round of the Astara Golf Championship at the Country Club de Bogota in Colombia on the Korn Ferry Tour.

Del Solar's 57 is the lowest score ever in a PGA-sanctioned event, beating the 58 recorded by both Jim Furyk at the 2016 Travelers and Stephan Jaeger at Korn Ferry's Ellie Mae Classic that same year.

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Del Solar birdied the first hole of the day, but even he couldn't predict the rest of the way – he was two-under through four.

But then, he caught fire by going nine-under in his next nine holes, a stretch that included four birdies and two eagles. He recorded just three fours on the bogey-free day. 

Amazingly, he carded the 57 by ending the round with three-straight pars.

The 57 was 13-under par for the 6,300-yard course. Only one golfer has gone 14-under par: Alejandro del Rey at the 2021 Swiss Challenge on the Challenge Tour.

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Three Korn Ferry golfers broke 60 last year.

Del Solar, a Chile native, played college golf at Florida State University.

He owns a four-shot lead over two others, who each shot a 61.

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