Third Day Report
Justin Thomas made a picture with a brilliant record 61 involving two eagles to storm six shots and head into the final round of the BMW Championship.
This sparkling circle comes two days after leveling the old Medinah course record of 65 and 24 hours after Hideki Matsuyama smashed it with an astonishing 63.
Thomas, who was welcomed in 16/1 by our Ben Car, produced some of the best golf you'll ever see lower the mark with two more shots thanks to eight birds and two eagles, the latter coming in at just five 16th thanks to a hole with his third fairway shot.
The American is six shots from Tony Finau – also backed by Ben in 40/1 before the tournament, and Patrick Cantlay, with Rory Sabatini to shoot even further.
Meanwhile, Tiger Woods has to do his job if he is to qualify for the tournament, despite the encouraging free round of 67.
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Second Day Report
The day after Justin Thomas and Jason Kokrak evened Medina's course record, Hideki Matsuyama broke it with two shots with an astounding nine under par 63.
Thus, the 27 – The Japan player of the year also took the lead in the BMW Championship after the second round.
Matsuyama hit nine birds and there are no barns to move to 12-under-one shot in front of Americans Patrick Cantlay and Tony Finau.
"It seems like every chance for birds I had to make a wrist," Matsuyama told reporters.
Thomas shot three under 69 to go 10 under 10, but his colleague at night leader Kokrak had a less successful day and fell back in six less after one over 73.
After circling through 66 The Englishman Tommy Fleetwood moved up to eight, along with Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland, who shot 67.
The Tiger Woods form remains inconsistent, receiving five birds, but also four major in a second consecutive round of 71.  Brooks K
Englishman Justin Rose shot 73 and fell back on three floors, one behind his countrymen Paul Casey and Ian Poulter.
First Day Report  Justin Thomas and Jason Kokrak tied the course record with seven under 65 to top the leaderboard after the first round of the BMW Championship.
However, Tiger Woods had a bad day and finished sixth in the pace at the Medinah Country Club in Illinois.
Thomas said he had a terrible warm-up before the first round.
"I mean, I'd probably say I had the worst warm-up I ever had in my life this morning," he told reporters.
"I didn't know what he was going to do. I didn't know how I was going to hit him. My dad [caddie Jimmy Johnson] and I just said we'd have to guess there and just try to find something. "
He finished the day with seven birdies, a joint course record and a joint lead.  In addition to Thomas and Kokrak, three other players shot 65 in Medinah: Skip Kendall at the 1999 PGA Championship, and Mike Weir and Tiger Woods winner at PGA 2006
Woods, who has two of his 15 major championship wins in Medinah, started well with three birds in the first five holes.
He got another birdie before the day came out, but also three
"Don't chip it, don't make so many putts and as a result I'm one under," Woods told reporters.
zko, trying to make changes in the cradle and just has not been there.
"I need reps and I just haven't put in a lot of reps.
" I didn't feel any tightness in my hair at all, I didn't feel any pull and it was positive, you just have to rest on your circles and keep going. "
Englishman Justin Rose finished the day four below, and Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland another three under 69.