If Jim Furyk keeps up Friday's pace at the 2013 BMW Championship, he could soon become the owner of one of golf's greatest records. At 10-under par through 14 holes, Furyk is within reach of breaking the PGA record score of a 59 in an 18-hole round.
Furyk was 11-under par after nine birdies and an eagle through the first 13 holes, but a bogey on the fifth hole set him back from his record pace. Four pars to finish his second round of the tournament would still net Furyk a 61 on the day and a new course record. He will need three birdies in four holes to break the PGA record and just two birdies to become the sixth to ever shoot a 59 round.
Furyk struggled in the first round of the tournament on Thursday, finishing one-over on the day with two double bogeys. That performance landed Furyk in a tie for 39th on the leaderboard, but his strong showing on Friday has launched him into second place -- three strokes behind tournament leader Brandt Snedeker.
Here's a current snapshot of the leaderboard on Friday in Chicago: