British Open 2012: Where Tiger Woods and Top Golfers Currently Stand

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British Open 2012: Where Tiger Woods and Top Golfers Currently Stand
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Day 2 of the 2012 British Open from Royal Lytham & St. Annes has played much tougher than Day 1, and Tiger Woods is one of the world’s best golfers still in contention.

Thursday was a beautiful day on the course with bright skies and relatively few issues. Overnight rain made Friday’s play much more difficult since many sand traps were filled with water, making them nearly impossible to play.

Several golfers managed to stay out of the swamps, whereas others found themselves in there early and often, including a couple of the world’s Top 10 players.

Which top golfers are going to be playing throughout the weekend and which are going home early, if any? How far behind No. 29 Brandt Snedeker is each of them? Let’s take a look.

 

Note: No. 5 Webb Simpson is purposely omitted since he withdrew from the tournament.

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