Spaniard Alejandro del Rey made history with a score of 14 under par on the Challenge Tour – the lowest par score on a grand round of golf.
Del Rey, 23, ranked 392 in the world, is the fifth man to shoot a 58 on a major tour.
But Jim Furyk, Stephan Jager, Ryo Ishikawa and Kim Seong-hyeon’s 58 were all under 12 on the par 70 courses.
Del Rey, whose round included eight birdies and three eagles, said: “It was just great golf all around.”
Del Rey started the second day of the Swiss Challenge at Golf Saint Apollinaire in France on two.
The Challenge Tour is one step below the main European Tour and the previous lowest score was 59.
Starting his second round on the 10th hole, he came out in 29 and came back on the same score.
“For a ride like this you need some good rebounds that I got today,” he said.
“I should take a nap because I need to, but I’m not sure if I’m going to be able to take a nap now because I’m pretty excited.
“Tomorrow is a whole new day, and it’s golf. I shot a 74 yesterday, which is kinda crazy, so it’s just another round. I’m just going to go out there and shoot the most. low possible. “
American Furyk holds the record for the lowest scoring on the PGA Tour with his upcoming round at the Travelers Championship in 2016.
That same year, Germany’s Jaeger scored his 58 on the second tier Web.com Tour while Japan’s Ishikawa, in 2010, and Korean Seong-hyeon, earlier this year, scored theirs on the Japan Golf Tour. .
The lowest score on the European Tour is 59, obtained by the Englishman Oliver Fisher in 2018 at the Portugal Masters.
South African Branden Grace holds the lowest men’s major score at 62 at the 2017 Open, while the women’s record is 61, jointly held by Irishman Leona Maguire and Koreans Kim Hyo-joo and Lee Jeong- eun at the Evian Championship.