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Courtney Martinez | NCAA.com | August 7, 2016

Arizona golf congratulates alum Jim Furyk on historic round of 58

Jim Furyk made golf history during Travelers Championship's final round on Sunday by shooting a 58, the lowest round in PGA history.

Naturally the Twitter world reacted to Furyk's iconic scorecard and that includes the Arizona golf program, which is proud to call Furyk a Wildcats alum:

Arizona inducted Furyk into its Sports Hall of Fame in 1997 and Pac-12 named Furyk to its Men's Golf All-Century Team back in May of this year.

Furyk played at Arizona from 1989-1992 and his 176 rounds rank fourth in the Arizona record book. In his final year in Tucson, Furyk helped the program secure its first and only national championship against rival Arizona State in 1992.

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