Two young golfers went low in their pro debut on Thursday

Golf fans who watched this year’s British Open know what Paul Dunne is capable of. The then 22-year-old amateur shared the 54-hole lead at St. Andrews.

The final round at the Old Course proved to be too much for the young Irishman to handle, but it was an impressive performance, nevertheless. On Thursday, Dunne returned to Scotland and picked up right where he left off by shooting an opening 64 at Kingsbarns in his pro debut to grab a share of the lead at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.

However, Dunne wasn’t the only golfer making his pro debut to get off to a great start in the event. In fact, he wasn’t even the youngest.