Brandt Snedeker ties holes below par record at BMW Championship

Brandt Snedeker -- sinking putts and setting records. (USATSI)
Brandt Snedeker -- sinking putts and setting records. (USATSI)

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Brandt Snedeker tied the 2013 PGA Tour record on Thursday for consecutive holes below par when he made seven straight birdies at the BMW Championship. Here's a look at his card:

Snedeker started out on the back nine and finished with six birdies to go out in 30 and then birdied No. 1 for the record. 

It's not shared by Snedeker, Matt Jones, and Russell Henley.

Snedeker even flirted with the idea of a 59 for a while but will ultimately come up short on his bid. Still, he'll likely have the first-round lead at the BMW Championship.

h/t Justin Ray

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