With two early victories under his belt, Justin Thomas has already made his mark on a young US PGA Tour season. And now he’s added what might just go down as the low round of the year – by firing one of the lowest rounds in tour history.

Fresh off his first victory on US soil at the Tournament of Champions in Kapalua (and his third US PGA Tour title overall), Thomas, 23, more than kept that good Hawaiian mojo going in the first round of the Sony Open. The budding superstar shot 59 at Waialae Country Club, and he did it in style.

Thomas began his round on the short par-4 10th hole by pitching in for eagle. After a bogey and a par on the next two holes, he rattled off eight birdies over his next 10 holes. His momentum seemed to stall with pars on holes 5-8, but he hit his second shot from a fairway bunker 180 metres out on the par-5 ninth (his final hole of the day) to 15 feet. And then did this to shoot golf’s magic number:

And it wasn’t a situation where everyone was going low at Waialae. Sure, there were plenty of good scores Thursday, but Thomas leads by five shots over Russell Knox, Russell Henley, and Gary Woodland after the first round.

This is not the first time Thomas has gone really low at Waialae. He shot a second-round 61 in 2015 on his way to finishing T-6.

Thanks in large part to those bookend eagles on Thursday, Thomas became the seventh player in PGA Tour history to break 60 (His 59 is the eighth overall sub-60 score on tour). Jim Furyk, who became the first player to shoot 58 at last year’s Travelers Championship, is the only player to pull off the feat twice.

Furyk also happened to be named the next US Ryder Cup captain on Wednesday. The 2018 event is still a ways off, but at this point, it’s hard to imagine JT, who is looking for a third win in five starts, won’t be teeing it up for Furyk in France.