Cameron Young had one of the most impressive rounds in PGA Tour history, shooting an 11-under 59 on Saturday during the Travelers Championship.

This feat marks the first time someone has shot a round under 60 in a PGA Tour tournament in the last four years.

Young’s third round of the tournament was just the 13th sub-60 score for a single round in PGA Tour history. He also finished just one shot shy of the TPC River Highlands course record set by Jim Furyk in the final round of the 2016 Travelers Championship, according to the PGA.

One of the most impressive rounds in golf history started with Young going five under through the first four holes, collecting three birdies and one eagle in that span.

Young proceeded to make par on the next three holes but finished the front nine with two straight birdies to be seven under par for the first half of the round.

The back nine of Young’s round included six pars, two birdies, and an eagle to put him 11-under through the round.

Young finished the round with two eagles on par-4 holes and a total of seven birdies, saying, “It’s fun to have your name on a list that short,” while discussing the few golfers to accomplish the sub-60 feat, according to the PGA.

Arguably, the most impressive aspect of this round was Young’s struggles from the tee box. He managed to land on just six fairways, yet the New York native still hit 15 greens after hitting into the rough off the tee.

Young said after the round that he was proud of all his hard work since the results have not always been indicative of his practice, noting that having such an impressive round has surely left a “good taste in my mouth.”

“I can’t say I was expecting it,” Young said. “I’ve been playing better than the results have shown. Waking up this morning, I wasn’t really thinking, ‘I’m going to be five under through four.’ It was a lot of fun to do,” he added, according to The Associated Press.

Young enters the final round of the Travelers Championship at 13-under par and in a tie for tenth place with Patrick Cantlay, with the two just five shots behind the leader Tom Kim at 18-under par.

Second place entering the final round of the championship is a tie between Ashkay Bhatia and Scottie Scheffler, who each trail Kim by just a single stroke with another 18 holes left to play.

The tournament has a purse of $20 million, with first place taking home $3.6 million, second place receiving $2.16 million, and third place receiving $1.36 million, reported CBS Sports.