It was cut day at European Tour Q-School, with players needing to get into the top 70 and ties to have a chance at the final two rounds and a top-25 finish to earn European Tour status for 2015. American John Hahn needed to make a big move. Sitting a T-104, he needed to take it deep to assure a tee time for the final 36 holes.
Man, did he deliver. Hahn shot 12-under 58 -- 12 birdies, no bogeys -- on the Tour Course at PGA Catalunya Resort in Spain to jolt some 90 spots on the leaderboard and comfortably into the final third of the tournament.
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) November 18, 2014
Unfortunately, the European Tour won't consider Hahn's round the first official sub-60 score in their history. Since players enjoyed preferred lies during the round, it doesn't count for their record book.
But it's a 58.