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Louis Oosthuizen made Open history by setting a new 36-hole record at Royal St George’s, with another sensational round earning him a two-shot lead at the halfway stage. The 2010 Champion Golfer backed up Thursday’s 64 with a round of 65 on day two to reach -11, his 129 strokes the fewest ever after two days of golf’s oldest major. Oosthuizen was the star on another fabulous day of scoring, as the winds died down in the afternoon and the world’s best golfers cashed in. Collin Morikawa had already led the way in the morning with a 64 to reach -9, while Jordan Spieth makes it a trio of major winners at the top of the leaderboard as he signed off on -8.