Second Round of the British Open Championship

1 of 28 Fred Vuich/SI
Friday at Turnberry Tom Watson caused the largest roar of the tournament when he sunk a lengthy putt on 18 to tie the lead at five under par.
2 of 28 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
A second-round 72 moved Furyk to one under par for the tournament.
3 of 28 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
Geoff Ogilvy struggled to a 78. He missed the cut at 13 over par.
4 of 28 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
Last year's champ, Padraig Harrington, finally made a birdie on 17, but he ended up with a 74.
5 of 28 Robert Beck/SI
Adam Scott shot 74 to miss the cut.
6 of 28 Robert Beck/SI
With three double bogeys on his card, David Duval won't see the weekend at 10 over par.
7 of 28 Robert Beck/SI
Sergio Garcia isn't far behind the leaders at one under par. He shot 69 on Friday.
8 of 28 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
This sailboat braved the strong winds off the coast at Turnberry to get a glimpse of Tiger Woods.
9 of 28 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
Colin Montgomerie has made more news off the course than on this week with his Sandy Lyle feud. He finished at five over par to end his British Open chances.
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A second-round 70 put Justin Leonard five strokes behind the leaders.
11 of 28 Robert Beck/SI
Ryo Ishikawa blew up on the back nine, following a double bogey on No. 10 with five straight bogeys. He missed the cut at six over par.
12 of 28 Fred Vuich/SI
Steve Stricker followed Thursday's 66 with a 77 on Friday. He made the cut by a shot at three over.
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Kenny Perry, here on the seventh hole, opened with a birdie Friday. He shot 72 to make the weekend.
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Jim Furyk double bogeyed the par-4 fifth hole.
15 of 28 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
Anthony Kim missed the cut at six over par, but his playing partner Rory McIlroy ended up at three over to make the weekend. function fbs_click() {u=",28242,1911198,00.html";t=document.title;''+encodeURIComponent(u)+'&t='+encodeURIComponent(t),'sharer','toolbar=0,status=0,width=626,height=436');return false;} html .fb_share_link { padding:2px 0 0 20px; height:16px; background:url( no-repeat top left; }Share on Facebook addthis_pub = 'golf'; addthis_logo = ''; var addthis_offset_top = -155; addthis_logo_color = '555555'; addthis_brand = ''; addthis_options = 'email, facebook, twitter, digg, delicious, myspace, google, reddit, live, more' Share
16 of 28 Robert Beck/SI
Tiger Woods was throwing his clubs left and right, going bogey-bogey-double-par-bogey-double at one point to fall back to seven over par.
17 of 28 Robert Beck/SI
He made birdies on 16 and 17 to finish at five over par.
18 of 28 Robert Beck/SI
Watson had gotten off to good start with a birdie on the first hole.
19 of 28 Robert Beck/SI
Five bogeys later he had fallen from the lead.
20 of 28 Fred Vuich/SI
"I wouldn't be here if I didn't think I could win," said Watson, who fought back with four birdies.
21 of 28 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
Tiger's first bogey of the day came here, on the par-4 eighth hole.
22 of 28 Bob Martin/SI
He also missed this long par putt on 12.
23 of 28 Robert Beck/SI
"It was just problem after problem," Woods said.
24 of 28 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
Woods could have secured his shot to play the weekend with a birdie on 18. His tee shot found the rough, and he settled for par.
25 of 28 Robert Beck/SI
"You have to play clean rounds of golf, and I didn't," Woods said. "I made my share of mistakes out there today and didn't play a very clean card."
26 of 28 Bob Martin/SI
Mark Calcavecchia is one stroke behind leaders Steve Marino and Watson, after a one-under 69.
27 of 28 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
Camilo Villegas shot 73 and was one under heading into the weekend.
28 of 28 Robert Beck/SI
Robert Allenby fought the rough, and the rough won. He shot 74 to end up four over par for the tournament.