Sebastian Munoz did that 60 thing again.
Munoz topped the leaderboard at the Byron Nelson Classic with an opening-round 60 on Thursday, becoming the first player in PGA Tour history with multiple rounds of 60 or lower in the same season.
“It's a great feeling when everything is clicking,” Munoz said after draining his ninth birdie of the first round in McKinney, Texas.
The University of North Texas product made few mistakes with a 12-under round at TPC Craig Ranch, opening a four-shot lead over Mito Pereira of Chile and American Peter Malnati through the morning wave.
Needing his third eagle of the day on #18 for a 59, Munoz went wide of the green on his approach but was able to get an up-and-down birdie to seal the 60.
Munoz bogeyed the par-4 eighth but sandwiched two birdies between eagles on #9 — with a 15 1/2-foot putt — and #12 and recorded a 28 on the back nine. Munoz eagled 9 and 12 in the first round of the event in 2021.
The 29-year-old Colombian also scored a 60 in the first round of the RSM Classic in November on a par-70 course.