Sung Kang didn't know anything about his amateur partner until he went on the Internet and looked up actor Ray Romano. He didn't realize the par at Monterey Peninsula was 71 until he scrambled for par on his final hole and realized while signing his card Friday that he set the course record with a career-low 60.
It added to a memorable day at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, where Kang and Hiroshi Iwata of Japan wound up tied for the lead.
"I feel like I'm living a dream right now," Kang said.
Kang and Phil Mickelson each brought the possibility of 59 into the conversation — one early in his round, the other late.
Mickelson took only 11 putts...