There are many records in the sport of golf, but the following five are considered to be the most unbreakable due to the sheer difficulty of achieving them: Top 5 Unbreakable Records in Golf History
Most consecutive wins in professional golf:
Byron Nelson won 11 consecutive PGA Tour events in 1945. This is still the longest winning streak in professional golf, and is unlikely to be broken anytime soon.
Lowest score in a major championship:
Johnny Miller shot 63 in the final round of the 1973 U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club. This is still the lowest score ever shot in a major championship, and is also unlikely to be broken anytime soon.
Most consecutive years in the top 10 of the Official World Golf Ranking:
Tiger Woods held the No. 1 ranking for 264 consecutive weeks, from June 11, 1997 to October 2, 2004. This is still the longest consecutive streak in the history of the OWGR, and is unlikely to be broken anytime soon.
Most major championships won by a male golfer:
Jack Nicklaus won 18 major championships in his career, the most of any male golfer. This record is unlikely to be broken anytime soon, as it would require a golfer to win at least two major championships per year for nine consecutive years.
Most major championships won by a female golfer:
Annika Sörenstam won 10 major championships in her career, the most of any female golfer. This record is also unlikely to be broken anytime soon, as it would require a female golfer to win at least one major championship per year for 10 consecutive years.
These five records represent the pinnacle of achievement in golf and are considered unbreakable due to the combination of skill, longevity, and consistency required to attain them.