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And a piece of history was created at the Hamilton Golf and country club. With a birdie on the 9th hole -- his eighth birdie of the day -- Brandt Snedeker finished the second round at the RBC Canadian Open with a 60, becoming the first player since 1983 to record at least one round of 59, 60 and 61 on the PGA Tour.
Kuchar and Scott Brown shot matching seven-under 63s to get to 12 under and share the 36-hole lead. Snedeker and Nick Taylor are just one back at 11 under. Snedeker had the low round of the day, blitzing the course on Friday morning for a 10-under 60. He’s now shot 59, 60 and 61 in PGA Tour events.
Webb Simpson (64) is in 5th and two back.
The mistake-free round was also the second lowest on the PGA Tour since the start of the 2017-18 season. Snedeker, who shot a 59 at the Wyndham Championship last year, is the first player since 1983 to have one round of 59, 60 and 61 on the PGA Tour.
"I drove the ball fantastic," said Snedeker, whose sparkling round came nine months after he became just the ninth golfer in US PGA Tour history to fire a 59. "I think I missed two fairways today, you do that around here you set yourself up for success
Rory McIlroy (66) is T13 and seven under, Justin Thomas (65) is five under, and Brooks Koepka (66) and Dustin Johnson (65) are both four under.
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