The inaugural Greenbrier Classic in 2010 was memorable for numerous reasons. Brand new events are rare on the US PGA Tour, as are sub-60 rounds, yet both occurred seven years ago at the Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia.

Stuart Appleby, playing his 11th tournament in a row during a gruelling American summer schedule, erased a final-round deficit with just the fifth round of 59 in US Tour history. He pipped the luckless (and today still winless) Jeff Overton by a shot with a final-hole birdie to take the outright lead for good and post golf’s magical number. It was Appleby’s first title in four years.

Relive the magical moment here: