The Open For The Ages reaches its halfway mark at St. Andrews and a younger Tiger Woods is the leader.
With conditions reported to be “wet and windy” the clips show some rain but a lot of sunshine in different clips, making for a confusing array of highlights.
Tiger is the leader with rounds of 67-69 — eight under on the Old Course. He’s a shot in front of Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and John Daly, all at seven-under. Nicklaus could have shared the lead but three-putted from the front fringe of the 18th for par to post seven under.
Seve Ballesteros, the first round leader with 66, shot 72 and is two back at six-under.
Sir Nick Faldo, before he was “Sir Nick” was in at five-under after he took two shots to escape the Road Hole Bunker.