A late birdie puts Brooke Henderson three shots ahead of Nelly Korda at the Amundi Evian Championship

Brooke Henderson may have to indulge in more crepes after a second 64 put her three out of the field at the Amundi Evian Championship.

On Friday, the Canadian superstar became the first player in tour history to start any major with back-to-back rounds of 64 or less.

"I've had a lot of crepes here in France," Henderson said, "so I think maybe I should have another one to keep up the pace."

Henderson said a long putt on the first hole set her off on a round of eight birdies that included three in a row on Nos.

She missed just three fairways and six greens over two rounds and averaged 27 putts.

"It's great, like I said, to get off to a fast start at a major," she said. “It's been a while and I hope I can keep up the momentum.

Nelly Korda is alone in second place at 11 under, while Sei Young Kim and So Yeon Ryu are tied for third at 9 under.