The Open 2022 Live Scores and Round Two Rankings: Tiger Woods runs at St Andrews

Can Tiger Woods win the Open Championship?

The 2022 Open resumes on Friday when Round 2 gets underway at the Old Course in St Andrews. Rory McIlroy (-6) is hoping to extend his promising start as he seeks to win his first Major in eight years.

The Northern Irishman will be hoping to catch Cameron Young (-8) as an early pacesetter but the American will face a new challenge in his Open Championship debut and just a sixth Major start as his contemporaries pressure him down. Cameron Smith (-5) is another down in third place, while world No. 1 Scottie Scheffler (-4) is also well positioned.

There is still work to be done for defending champion Collin Morikawa, who posted an even opening round of 72 alongside McIlroy and Xander Schauffele. This grouping, which will see Friday’s late start kicking off at 2:59 p.m., is among the most attractive in round two start times. Early morning starters to watch for include: Dustin Johnson (USA), Marc Leishman (Aus), Adam Scott (Aus) at 0814, Tyrrell Hatton, Joaquin Niemann (Chi), Scottie Scheffler (USA) at 08:25 , Matthew Fitzpatrick, Max Homa (USA), Tiger Woods (USA) at 09:58 and Jon Rahm (Spa), Jordan Spieth (USA), Harold Varner III (USA) at 10:09.

Follow all the live updates from St Andrews including the results, Round 2 standings and the latest news:


The Open 2022: Theegala delivers Adler to nine to jump up the rankings

EAGLE! Theegala at -5, big swing at nine as he makes the turn.



The Open 2022: Dustin Johnson sets the pace in the second round at St Andrews

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The Open 2022: Dustin Johnson the new leader at -9

DJon 18, dropping it for birdie from 10ft, he’s down to -9 and a round of 67 to back up his opener in 68.

That’s a true statement of the marquee name for Liv Golf.

Cam Smith (-5) is underway, the Australian was three back to finish yesterday’s game but finds himself four back after DJ’s late excitement.

Great iron shot from Smith, a solid start.


The Open 2022:

Sergio Garcia can’t make a birdie in the end, but it’s a 66, he’s at -3 overall.

Filippo Cerri (a) is -2, so far a very impressive major for the Italian amateur.

Now, Spieth (-4) on the ninth, eager to go to -5, his chip gives him about 10 feet for birdie, not one of his best.

Scheffler (-7) with 15 feet for birdie on 16 early enough…


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The Open 2022: Tiger Woods is struggling to make progress although unlikely to make a cut

Tiger Woods continued to face an uphill battle on Friday not to miss the cut at the Open for the fourth time in his career.

Woods, who won in both 2000 and 2005 at St Andrews, fought his way to an opening of 78 and calculated he needed a 66 in the second round to get through the weekend, a score he had last seen in a major scored in the 2018 US PGA.

A par on the first was a two-stroke improvement from Thursday when his approach had to be played by a fairway divot and crashed into the Swilcan Burn, while a first birdie of the day soon landed on the third from 28 feet.

However, Woods then made a long-range three-putt on the fourth hole and, although his approach to the next hole ended just yards from the pin, unfortunately it was the pin for the 13th hole on the huge double green.


The Open 2022: DJ joins Young at the top as Scheffler misses yardage to stay at -7

Scheffler (-7) Having no trouble with the rough on 15, a straight shot of iron that dribbles over the front bank and into the trough where the flag is, it’s no more than 10 feet before a birdie shows up.

Tigers (+6) on a nine with a long eagle putt it’s pretty short but he’s looking good despite his worrying predicament as the cut is safely gone now.

Hatton (-7) sneaks a putt up and over the hill on the 15th green, not for the birdie, but the two-time Dunhill Links champion is right in the middle.

Scheffler’s birdie attempt trickles to the right of the hole, but DJ is in a tie for the lead, -8 to 16.


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What a start for Poulter, birdies are first to bounce back at -4 and four.

In the meantime, Fitzpatrick (-2) can’t hold the green on the 9th par 4 at 367 yards, he’s 10ft behind the flag from behind. But immense length from the US Open champion.

Scheffler (-7) crushes you at 15, but it creeps into the Whispy Rough.

Scott (-6) He admires his approach to 16, it’s a bit too hot and races over the hill but avoids the back bunker.

cantlay is four-under through six and makes it to -6.

Scottie Scheffler of the USA after a birdie on the 10th hole



The Open 2022: Scheffler with a birdie chance to take the lead

Ian Poulter starts his second round after a sharp opener that included boos and a 160-foot putt for Eagle.

DJ (-7), on 15, just yards to par after a long birdie attempt.

cream (-2) to 20 feet on eight from 195 yards, he’s hoping to hit the turn within five.

Scheffler (-7) for Eagle at 14, racing at the flag but a great opportunity to take it to -8 and a tie for the lead.

Hatton (-6) burns the edge of the hole to 14 for Eagle, but he, too, will soon enough be just one behind with Scheffler, Gooch and Johnson.


The Open 2022: Talor Gooch after 2nd round 69 except for a lead

This is a good start for Goodhe birdies 18 and slots in behind Leader Young and tied with DustinJohnson and Scottie Scheffler.

In the meantime, tea gala (-4) Birdies five to move within four of the lead. The Open 2022 Live Scores and Round Two Rankings: Tiger Woods runs at St Andrews

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