CROMWELL -- Neither Jack Nicklaus, nor Phil Mickelson, nor Tiger Woods ever accomplished as amateurs what Patrick Cantlay did Friday.
Cantlay posted the lowest score by an amateur in PGA Tour history, a TPC River Highlands-record 10-under par 60 in the second round of the Travelers Championship.
The momentous round of Cantlay, 19, surpassed the previous course record of 61 shared by Mickelson, Kirk Triplett, Scott Verplank, Brad Faxon and Kenny Perry.
The former record vanished under a cloudy sky at 7:16 p.m. when Cantlay made a 2-foot putt at No. 18.
"I just felt like I could roll anything in, and I wasn't worried about my stroke whatsoever," said...