It is a wonderful stat to own for sure, but Craig Barlow would prefer to “hold the record for the lowest score ever at a tournament, or the biggest winning margin.”
Barlow, who started his rookie season on the PGA Tour in 1998, made 170 cuts, and who has earned over $5 million as a professional, was recently recognized in Golf World in a story written by Shane Ryan, where he highlights what is known to officially be the longest putt ever made on the PGA Tour.
Barlow’s putt was just over 111 feet.
That is some impressive company to be ahead of!
The “putt” occurred on the 1st green at Warwick Hills in 2008, but………. was it actually a putt?
Well, we invite you to read the entire story right here so you can learn all of the details:
Craig Barlow putting at a British Open qualifier the Monday after his historic ‘putt’. (Domenic Centofanti/Getty Images)
Barlow now servers as the Director of Golf Instruction at the High Performance Golf Institute, located at Reflection Bay Golf Club at Lake Las Vegas.
For more information on Craig Barlow, including instruction with him at the High Performance Golf Institute, contact him directly at (702) 332-5474.
High Performance Golf Institute
75 Montelago Blvd.,
Henderson, NV 89011