2012 British Open: Brandt Snedeker Leads At 10-Under Through Round 2, Tiger Woods Four Shots Back

Two rounds are in the books at the 2012 British Open and Brandt Snedeker is the leader at 10-under-par. Snedeker turned in the best round of the day on Friday at 6-under.

Adam Scott is just one shot behind Snedeker for the tournament after a 3-under round on Friday. Tiger Woods also shot 3-under and is four shots behind Snedeker. Thorbjorn Olesen is fourth at 5-under-par after a 4-under round on Friday. There is a group of five golfers tied for fifth at 4-under. Among that group are 1999 British Open champ Paul Lawrie and 2010 U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell.

The cut line for the weekend was 3-over-par. Phil Mickelson was well over that line at 11-over-par for the tournament. The cut line also claimed reigning British Open champ Darren Clarke, who finish Friday at 7-over for the two days.

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