Justin Thomas put his name in the PGA Tour record book two days in a row.
The idea now is to get his name on the trophy.
And with each record, that becomes a little easier at the Sony Open.
Thomas set the course record Thursday at Waialae Country Club with his 59, only the eighth sub-60 round in PGA Tour history. Even then, the 23-year-old from Kentucky was cognizant that the tournament still had three rounds remaining, and he only had a three-shot lead.
He followed that with another burst of birdies around the turn and another eagle on his final hole, punching a 7-iron out of the light rough to run the ball up between two bunkers and onto the green about 8...