PGA Championship: Jason Dufner ties major record with second round 63


Jason DufnerROCHESTER, NY – Jason Dufner shot to the top of the leader board on Friday at Oak Hill, matching the lowest score ever carded in a major championship to lead at minus-nine after 36 holes.

Dufner’s bogey-free round of 63 featured an eagle and five birdies. His is the 26th 63 shot at one of the four major championships. Dufner left his birdie putt that would’ve set the record short at the 18th hole.

Adam Scott, Jim Furyk and Matt Kuchar are two shots back at -7 after the second round.

Here’s reaction from the Dufner and Scott after the second round in Rochester.

(Jason Dufner on shooting 63)


(Dufner on his putt for 62)


(Dufner on being in the lead)


(Adam Scott on being hungry to win again)


(Scott on his second round performance)


(Scott on his thoughts heading into the weekend)


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