Another day at one of golf's majors, another record for Brooks Koepka. How about the lowest 36-hole score ever posted in the history of majors.

The record belongs to Koepka now and shooting a 5-under par 65 Friday afternoon at the PGA Championship. His two-day total is 12-under par 128 and that surpasses the previous record score of 130.

Jordan Spieth shot a second round 66 and Adam Scott shot a 65. They are tied for second place at 5-under par, seven shots behind Koepka at the halfway mark of the PGA Championship in Bethpage, New York.

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