The British Open field has finally completed 36 holes at St. Andrews after lengthy weather delays Friday and Saturday. The top 70 and ties make the cut at the British Open, and with the line falling at even par, 80 golfers will compete in the third and fourth rounds.
The cut of even-par 144 is the lowest at the British Open since 2010, when the tournament was last held at St. Andrews.
Tiger Woods (76-75) wasn’t the only former champion to miss the cut: joining Woods in that respect are Ben Curtis (74-75), Darren Clarke (73-73), Justin Leonard (78-72), Todd Hamilton (74-77), Nick Faldo (83-71) and Tom Watson (76-80).
Among the other notable players who failed to qualify for the final 36 holes: John Daly (71-74), Shane Lowry (73-72), Brandt Snedeker (73-73), Ryan Moore (74-73), Keegan Bradley (75-72), J.B. Holmes (73-74), Bubba Watson (71-76), Ian Poulter (73-74), Miguel Angel Jimenez (75-73), Charley Hoffman (72-78), Kevin Streelman (78-72) and Matt Every (73-78).