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In a cleanly installed x86-64 system I have:

/boot/grub <- legacy folder for old files

$ ls /boot/grub

/boot/grub2 <- new place for grub2 files

localhost# rpm -q grub2

Grub2 is a 64 bits package

BIOS is 16 bits EFI is 32 bits and 64 bits

If your system has a BIOS you must not use EFI.

Try reinstalling the system, wiping all the disk first (MBR also), and without creating/deleting the EFI schema... Maybe anaconda got confused and installed support for both PC BIOS and EFI.