Jordan Spieth looks like a man on a mission at Augusta National this week and that mission is to win the green jacket come Sunday evening.
The 21-year-old backed up his magnificent 8-under 64 in Round 1 with a dazzling 6-under 66 in Round 2 on Friday.
His 36-hole total of 14-under 130 is a new Masters scoring record, edging the mark of 13-under 131 that Raymond Floyd set in 1976. Floyd went on to win that year.
Spieth's 36-hole total at Augusta National also ties the record for 36-hole scoring in major championship history.
Nick Faldo first set that mark in the 1992 Open Championship at Muirfield (which he won). Brandt Snedeker matched the mark in 2012 at the Open Championship at Royal Lytham and St. Annes (he tied for second) and 2014 U.S. Open winner Martin Kaymer added his name to the list of players with a 130, 36-hole total when he turned the trick at Pinehurst No. 2.