Branden Grace became the first player to card a 62 in major championship history at The Open on Saturday.
Grace went bogey-free to produce an historic third round at Royal Birkdale, moving from four over to four under, just two shots back from Jordan Spieth prior to the overnight leader teeing off.
The South African, ranked 35th in the world, produced the record-breaking score after 31 rounds of 63 had been posted across the four majors, with Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson both having done so at last year's Open.
Grace went out in 29 and only needed a par at the last to achieve the milestone, which he did by two-putting to send the crowd into raptures.
You can relive the ground-breaking moment below: