Brooks Koepka, USA, is cruzin to his next Major title, the 101st PGA Championship at Bethpage Black in New York.
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Brooks carded a second round -5 under par 65 to top the PGA Championship leaderboard by a massive 7 shots at -12 under par, setting a new 36 hole record of 128;
“Today is a new day, it doesn’t matter what you did yesterday, you just need to go out there and post a good score and I did that today. I’m very pleased.”
“It’s a tough golf course, you’ve really got to battle and I’m proud of the way I hung in there today.”
“You’ve just got to let things roll off your back. You look at the bogey on ten and three putt on 17, you just need to let things go, laugh about it and move on.”
“If you start dwelling on it, this is a major test of your patience.”
“I’ll just keep doing what I’m doing, put the pedal down, try to create a bigger lead and go from there.”
Way back sharing second place with a -5 under totals, are Jordan Spieth, -4 under 66 today and Aussie Adam Scott with the low round of the day, -6 under par 64.
Rory McIlroy made the +3 over par cut line on the number, with +1 over today, while Tiger Woods, Jon Rahm, Sergio Garcia, Bubba Watson, and Bryson DeChambeau were among those who will not be playing the week-end.