Viktor Hovland’s golf season just continues to get better. 

On Sunday, Hovland birdied the 18th hole to finish with a final round 67, giving him a four-day total of 280 and setting the 72-hole scoring record for an amateur in U.S. Open history.

Hovland opened his week with a 69 on Thursday, then posted 73-71 before his Sunday 67.

Hovland is also in position to be low amateur this week and if he is, he’ll be the first since Matt Kuchar in 1998 to be low amateur in the Masters and the U.S. Open in the same year.

Hovland and Matthew Wolff, the killer 1-2 combo from Oklahoma State, are set to make their pro debuts collectively subsequent week on the Vacationers Championship at TPC River Highlands in Connecticut.

There’s been some chatter concerning the cash Hovland is lacking out on this week by not being a professional already.

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He’s at present T-14 and a top-20 end is certainly fairly good cash. However had he turned professional earlier than the U.S., it’d been an entire totally different deal qualifying for the U.S. Open. He was already within the area by advantage of successful the 2018 U.S. Newbie, which was additionally held at Pebble Seashore.

However nonetheless, the 21-year-old Norwegian will flip skilled now and make 4 consecutive begins on the PGA Tour.

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