2012 British Open Leaderboard: Tiger Woods In Third Place After Two Rounds

Tiger Woods is looking to claim his elusive 15th major championship this weekend at the British Open, and he's off to a very good start through two rounds. Woods sits in third place after shooting a -3 (67 strokes) in the second round, trailing leader Brandt Snedeker (-10) by four shots. Adam Scott, who is at -9 after 36 holes, is the only man separating Woods and Snedeker.

Tiger birdied holes four, six, 16 and 18. He bogeyed No. 11, which was a par five.

As for the rest of the field, Masters winner Bubba Watson is at an even par for the tournament. He shot a +3 on Friday. Rory McIlroy is +2 through two rounds. Phil Mickelson missed the cut after two very rough days on the course, finishing at +11.

You can find the complete leaderboard here.

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