Numbers don't lie. But what do they really say? Each day in the Grill Room, we will offer up a daily stat from the world of golf for you to chew on. Today's nugget:
With a 6-under 64 on Friday, and a two-day total of 130, Brandt Snedeker tied the record for lowest 36-hole round in Open Championship history. The only other person to match this feat was Nick Faldo in 1992.
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