2012 British Open Leaderboard: Brandt Snedeker Is New Leader, Tiger Woods Lurking In Third Place

American Brandt Snedeker had an excellent second round at the 2012 British Open as he shot a 6-under, 64 for the round and is currently sitting at 10-under after two rounds, and is the current leader. Snedeker started off hot by birding four of his six holes, and for the day had six birdies and had no bogies for his round.

Snedeker has a two-stroke lead over Adam Scott who is 2-under for the day through 15 holes. Scott has three birdies and one bogey so far in round two. These two are creating a small buffer between the rest of the field.

Tiger Woods is still hanging around as he is tied for third place and so far through his second round he is 1-under after 12 holes and six strokes back of the lead.

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