DORAL, Fla. -- PGA Tour officials don't keep records on such things.
Maybe they ought to.
In an era when slow play has made watching golf an often tedious process, the first twosome off the tee at the Cadillac Championship on Sunday morning, composed of American standouts Anthony Kim and Jeff Overton, played 18 holes in a shorter amount of time than some pairings have toured nine holes this week.
Overton's caddie, Eric Larson, emerged from the scoring center and exclaimed, "Two hours, six minutes. Not bad."
A walking scorer with the group said the pair discussed trying to play faster than the 2:40 time they logged when they were the first duo off on Saturday morning as well, though Overton said they weren't gunning for any particular record or target.
"Not shooting for anything," he said. "Just playing golf."
Uh, OK. He smiled broadly.
"It just so happened that we're both pretty quick players," he said.
They pair conceivably could have cracked the two-hour mark had Overton, who shot 73, not double-bogeyed the 18th. Kim, who shot 72, bogeyed the hole. No question, considering that most players in their 20-something age group are excruciatingly slow, these two guys can flat move.
"Yeah, golf would be more fun if the pace of play was better," Overton said. "But you know, we're playing for a lot of money and you need to take the time to hit the right shots when they play, too."
On Saturday, the two were cruising along at a similar clip before Overton hit his tee shot that hit a cart path and caromed into the water on the 16trh hole, and it took several minutes to get a ruling and take a penalty drop on the other side of the lake.