Brooks Koepka continued his festival in the second round of the PGA Championship to lead with the lowest score in the history of the Majors (128) and the biggest margin on the second after two rounds (7 shots)! This is already the third record in two days for Koepka, after his 63 opening card. With a score of -12 after 36 holes, the world number three pushes Jordan Spieth and Adam Scott to seven lengths. Daniel Berger, Kelly Kraft, Matt Wallace, Luke List and Dustin Johnson are at the foot of the podium at -4. Justin Rose (9th) and Tommy Fleetwood (10th) are right ahead of Mike Lorenzo-Vera who clings to the top 20 under par (-1) with a card of 71. Phil Mickelson and Francesco Molinari are in the total (26th ). But the surprise came from Tiger Woods. The winner of the Masters last month did not pass the cut after a day too rough with his driver and putter. Rory McIlroy will play for his part this weekend despite a start of shy tournament (58th, +3).