Adam Long has set a new record for consecutive fairways hit on the PGA Tour following the first round of the Bermuda Championship.
Long, 36, entered the first round of the tournament having hit the last 58 consecutive fairways in PGA Tour competition.
Incredibly, he found 56/56 fairways in the WWT Championship last week.
Long became the first player to hit every fairway in a 72-hole PGA Tour event since Brian Claar at the 1992 Memorial.
The one-time PGA Tour winner needed to find the first two fairways of his first round at Port Royal Golf Course to pass the outright record of 59 set by Claar in 1992.
Long did better than that as he found the first 11 fairways to finish all out with a new record of 69.
The American's streak came to an end when finding the rough down the par-4 15th.
Long told PGA Tour.com:
Long went on to card a flawless round of 5-under 66 on a day of low scoring in the first round of the Bermuda Championship.
Sweden's Alex Noren currently leads the way after firing his lowest-ever round on the PGA Tour with a 10-under 61.
Noren currently leads by two.
The former European Ryder Cup star started on the 10th and he rattled off eight birdies in the space of 10 holes from the 12th.
He bogeyed the 5th but then bounced back with three birdies on his closing four holes to shoot 10-under par.
Long will need to keep his foot on the gas this week as he looks on from outside the top 125 to earn their cards for 2024 in the FedEx Cup Fall Standings.