British Open Leaderboard

July 15, 2011 by staff 

British Open LeaderboardBritish Open Leaderboard, Darren Clarke of Northern Ireland and American Lucas Glover made a part of the initiative club at the British Open here on Friday night the leader Tom Lewis left the pace.  Clarke carded two-under-par 68 for the second straight day to move to four under at the halfway stage, while 2009 U.S. Open champion Glover shot a solid round of level par for a 36-hole total of 136.

Bright sunshine and gentle breezes made the design of the actual demand of St. George the link a much more attractive on Friday, a day after powerful blasts off-shore had beaten the course.

Round Clarke was a rollercoaster with an eagle and five birdies against a double bogey and three bogeys, but Northern Ireland’s 42 years old, was optimistic about its prospects for the weekend.

“It would mean a lot, but obviously this is only after two rounds,” he replied when asked what a win at the Open in his 20th attempt would mean to him at this late stage of his career.

“There’s an awful lot to be done so yet, and I think the forecast for the weekend is very, very poor, well ahead.

“But the course is playing very, very difficult. If that’s the case, then the tournament is open to a lot of players, and will be.”

Overnight leader Thomas Bjorn on the other hand suffered a shaky start, bogeying three of the first four holes to put two children.

The Dane was recovered with two birdies and yet he had a share of the lead on four under through seven, along with English playing partner Simon Dyson, also in four after seven holes.

But after his opening day fireworks when he shot a five under par 65, English fans Lewis slid down the pecking order after a four-over par 74 that left him in a bass.

However, with the cut expected to come on two more, Lewis, 20, has done enough to ensure their participation this weekend, which is more than can be said of some illustrious names facing elimination.

Among those likely to miss the cut are English world No. 2 Lee Westwood, who never started on his way to a 73 three over par that left him more than four.

Westwood is hoping to win a big scoop was torpedoed effectively on the front nine, where he accumulated a double bogey and three bogeys.

Last year, U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell is also directed to output after an impressive second round. Having started the day at two under, the Northern Irishman could have imagined your chances of making a charge.

But their hopes with a 77 implosion of seven over par, which included a double bogey and five bogeys.

“I” cannot string together four rounds with the minutes, and this week could not even string two together, “said a dejected McDowell.

Rory McIlroy’s favorite tournament, one more after the first round, the first hit Friday afternoon and had pars notch in the first two holes he devoted himself to cut the deficit to five strokes separating him from the head.

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