These Guys Are GoodNovember 6, 2015

Roberto Castro is getting really good at breaking course records

If this was a Dos Equis commercial involving Roberto Castro, his script might read something like this: "I don't always play well, but when I do, I prefer to break course records."

The 30-year-old tour pro was up to his old tricks again on Thursday, firing an opening 62 at the Sanderson Farms to break the course record at the Country Club of Jackson (Miss.).

"It's a great golf course, but when the conditions are soft, the scores are going to be low," Castro said after.

Fair enough, but a 62 is still a 62. And it matches the score Castro shot a month ago when he broke the course record at TPC Sawgrass' Valley Course during the Tour Championship. That bogey-free round locked up his PGA Tour card for the 2015-16 season and made Thursday's round possible.

And speaking of TPC Sawgrass, Castro also shares the course record (with Greg Norman and Fred Couples) for Pete Dye's Stadium Course. Castro shot an opening 63 during the 2013 Players in one of the best tee-to-green performances you'll ever see.

"The longest putt I made was 6 feet," Castro told Golf Channel about that round. "I think I could play for another 100 years and not have another ball-striking round like that."

Perhaps not, but we're betting if the streaky Castro plays that long, he'll notch a few more course records.


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