2019 PGA Championship - Round 2 Highlights
Brooks Koepka made history in the second round of the 2019 PGA Championship by turning in a 65 on the day. That, with his 63 in the opening round gave him the lowest 36-hole tally of any major ever, at 128 strokes. Koepka also set a record for the largest lead in PGA Championship history with 7 strokes. Brooks birdied holes 1, 2 and 4 while making par on the rest of the front nine. He bogeyed 10 and 17 but birdied 13, 15, 16 and sank another birdie at 18 to go -12 under par for the tournament overall. Adam Scott and Jordan Spieth had great days as well, rising up to -5. Tiger Woods missed the cut after shooting a +3 on the day, +5 overall.
PGA Championship Tournament History