Players to shoot 60 include PGA Tour pros Paul Casey

There is an elite and exclusive club in the world of college golf where new members are rarely added.

The cost to enter? A once in a lifetime ride. Although no player even crossed the scoring threshold in the 50s, 15 male players signed for a 60, with Lindsey Wilson College’s Sebastian Sandin breaking into the group with a 10-under 60 during the second round of the Lindsey Wilson Invite on Monday. at The Pines at Lindsey Wilson in Columbia, Kentucky.

While no woman has ever signed for a 60 in an official college round, five have signed for a 61, most recently in 2020 courtesy of Denver’s Anna Zanusso at the Westbrook Invitational. Ole Miss’s Julia Johnson did the same in 2019 during Battle at the Beach. While at Gonzaga, Bianca Pagdanganan shot a 61 at the 2017 Pizza Hut Thunderbird Invitational. Prior to that, Colorado’s Esther Lee joined the Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational club in 2016. Stanford’s Mariah Stackhouse recorded the first 61 women’s at the 2013 Peg Barnard Invitational.

Scroll through the members of the College Golf 60 Club.

Sebastian Sandin, Lindsey Wilson College

Sandin felt right at home at the 2022 Lindsey Wilson Invitational where he shot a 10-under 60 in the second round.

Parker Gillam, Wake Forest

Gillam shot a first round 60 to win the 2019 White Sands Intercollegiate at the Ocean Club Golf Course for one of his two collegiate wins for the Demon Deacons.

Wake Forest’s Parker Gillam won the White Sands Intercollegiate with an opening 60.

Juan Jose Guerra, Southeast Nova

The opening day of the Battle at the Shores hosted by Barry University in 2017 was a 36-hole day. So as a sophomore, Guerra posted a 2-of-73 in the first round before shooting an 11-under 60 in the afternoon second round. How’s that for a bounce round?

The Guerra Dashboard

Steven Fisk, South Georgia

Steven Fisk shot a 12-under 60 in the second round at the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational to become the 13th college golfer to post a 60 in college golf, and he had a real shot at being the first 59. He missed a four feet for a birdie on his penultimate hole and missed a 16-footer for a birdie on his last.

Steven Fisk, South Georgia.

Li Wang, Yale

Li Wang had been frustrated by a swing change that had taken weeks to set in and bogeyed the 18th hole of Yale’s home course during a playoff qualifier, sending him to the B team for the 2016 Macdonald Cup. He then had the fastest lap in program history with a 10-under 60.

Wang's historical dashboard Wang’s historical dashboard

Markus Lindberg, Missouri-St. Louis

Lindberg shot an 11-under 60 at The Country Club at The Legends in Eureka, Missouri, jumping 10 spots in the standings to claim a five-shot victory in the season-opening Arch Cup in 2016.

Marcus Lindberg Marcus Lindberg

Michael Miranda, Saint Thomas Aquinas

Miranda shot an 11-under 60 first round and won the 2015 Dowling College September Shootout.

Tomasz Anderson, Jacksonville State

Anderson won the 2014 Golfweek program challenge after a 12-under 60 final at True Blue Golf Course in Pawleys Island, South Carolina.

Matthew Carvell, Southeast Louisiana

Carvell shot a 12 under par 60 in the first round of the 2008 Aldila Scenic City Invitational and went on to finish seven shots ahead of the field.

Zach Bixler, Washington

Bixler tied the program record with his 11 under-60s in the second round of the 2007 Alister Mackenzie Invitational.

Zach Bixler at the 2006 NCAA Championship.

Michael Schachner, Duke

Schachner had his best game when he needed it most at the 2007 NCAA Championship, where he shot a 10-under 60 to tie the course record at Golden Horseshoe Golf Club.

Duke’s Michael Schachner jumps onto the 15th green of the Golden Horseshoe golf course in Williamsburg, Va., during the third round of the NCAA Men’s Division I golf championship, Friday, June 1, 2007. (AP Photo/Gary C. Knapp) ORG XMIT: VAGK103

Daniel Summerhays, BYU

Summerhays beat Schachner to the punch a year prior at the Golden Horseshoe at the 2006 NCAA Fall Preview with his 10-under 60 course record.

Brock Mackenzie, Washington

Four years before fellow Husky Bixler, Mackenzie put his name in the college golf history book with a 12-under 60 at the 2003 Oregon Duck Invitational at Eugene Country Club.

While an umbrella keeps his clubs dry, University of Washington golfer Brock Mackenzie hits from a bunker as rain falls during practice Thursday, February 26, 2004 at the Washington National Golf Club near Auburn, Washington . (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

Bryce Molder, Georgia Tech

Molder became the second player to sign for a 60, but the first to shoot a 12 under to make it happen at the 2000 Palmetto Dunes Collegiate at Arthur Hills Course in Palmetto Dunes.

Georgia Tech freshman golfer Bryce Molder waves to the crowd after hitting a putt on the 16th hole during the first round of play at the NCAA Men’s Division 1 Golf Championship in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Wednesday May 27, 1998. (AP Photo/Jake Schoellkopf)

Paul Casey, Arizona State

The former PGA Tour, DP World Tour and now LIV Golf player didn’t just shoot a 10-under 60, he did it in the 1999 Pac-10 Championship at Broadmoor Golf Club in Seattle.

Paul Casey Paul Casey at Arizona State University.