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Lucas Glover shot even par, but it was good enough for a share of the lead at four under par. In addition to trying to win his second major, Glover will try to earn another record this weekend. "They said nobody has won The Open Championship with a beard since the 1890s," he said.
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Darren Clarke grabbed a share of the lead with a birdie on 18. "There's an awful long way to go yet, and I believe the forecast for the weekend is very, very poor, which I quite look forward to," said Clarke, who is from Northern Ireland.
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Rory McIlroy is only four strokes back after a one-under 69.
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Phil Mickelson has only one top-10 at the Open, but he's three strokes back after a 69 on Friday.
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Thomas Bjorn stumbled with a two-over 72, but he's only one shot off the lead heading into the weekend.
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Miguel Angel Jimenez had a share of the lead for most of the day, but he finished one back after a 71.
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Jimenez had a few loyal followers on Friday.
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Martin Kaymer is one shot off the lead after a one-under 69.
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Lee Westwood missed the cut after a 73.
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Luke Donald bogeyed the last four holes to miss the cut. Donald, the No. 1 ranked player in the world, hadn't missed a cut since the Northern Trust Open in February.
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Sergio Garcia made two late bogeys to drop back to even par.
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Tom Watson thrilled the fans once again with an ace on the par-3 6th.
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Watson shot even par to make the cut at age 61.
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Tom Lewis started the day tied for the lead, but he fell back after a four-over 74.
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Lewis's girlfriend, Lara Cornell, was in the gallery on Friday.
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Rickie Fowler shot one under on the back nine to finish with an even-par 70.
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Charl Schwartzel made five birdies and two bogeys for a 67.
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Bubba Watson was in the hunt until two bogeys and a double bogey derailed his round.