Shane Lowry could not repeat the heroics of his second round 64, however, the Offaly man remains in the hunt for his maiden major at the PGA Championship following a one-under 69 at Bellerive Country Club.
"Records are meant to be broken, I guess", said Koepka, who needed to drain a 22-footer for birdie at his last hole to grab the record outright.
A former world number one and the 2013 Masters victor, Scott muscled his way into second place on 10-under, while Spaniard Jon Rahm (66) and Americans Rickie Fowler (69) and Gary Woodland (71) were three behind.
Woodland, who started working with Molinari's putting coach Phil Kenyon at Carnoustie, had held a one-shot overnight lead and recovered from a bogey on the 14th with a brilliant eagle from five feet on the 17th.
In stark contrast, the 132-yard third hole played to an average of just 2.563 thanks to a favourable front pin position which saw 55 birdies and no bogeys from the morning starters. Woods had his mojo back early in the round and was sitting pretty at three-under par before the delay.
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Through 16 holes, Wallace was tied for 20th at five under par. In second place after 36 holes, he will automatically make the team with a first or second placing on Sunday, and perhaps even with a third.
Other players to finish their round today included US Open champion Brooks Koepka and South African Charl Schwartzel, who each missed putts on the last which would have given them record equalling rounds of 62.
"There have been ups and downs and I just feel like I'm starting to play a better golf game".
Ten years removed from his 14th and most recent major title, he displayed shades of his pre-back surgery greatness with a near-flawless front nine on the rain-soaked layout.
"I thought I played really clean cards, really clean rounds".
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Dalic's side now face England , who comfortably beat Sweden 2-0 earlier in the day, in their semifinal on Wednesday in Moscow . Take this gathering in London's Hyde Park, where thousands came together to watch the game on large public outdoor screens.
"Hopefully I can go out and keep playing the way I am, and if I keep playing the way I am, you never know where that will leave me tomorrow afternoon".
Tiger Woods had three birdies through seven holes as he tried to get in range.
'I'm exhausted, I'm not going to lie to you, ' said Woods. I didn't even think of it.
The 28-year-old Englishman seemed to not believe it, throwing his hands in the air. He also answered any questions as to whether he will be able to play two matches in a day at the Ryder Cup next month.
Jordan Spieth's chances of claiming the win he needs to complete the career grand slam looked to have disappeared as he suffered a nightmare triple-bogey seven on the 12th.
England and Belgium to win
Their ability to maintain possession and composure, even as a youthful team, is what has led them to this semi-final match. In a post, Poplar Police thanked the public for helping find one of the culprits, adding: "Now it's our turn".
Tiger Woods, set to be an assistant captain, is expected by many to land one of the coveted picks after his comeback from spinal fusion surgery this season.
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