LYTHAM ST. ANNES, ENGLAND – American Brandt Snedeker charged to the top of the leaderboard at Royal Lytham & St. Annes with a second-round 64 that has him -10 through two rounds of the 2012 British Open.
The 31-year-old Tennessean birdied six of the first 12 holes then finished with six consecutive pars to complete a bogey-free round.
First-round leader Adam Scott followed up his Thursday 64 with a 67 and is one shot back at -9.
Tiger Woods also carded a 67 to finish -6 overall. Woods holed out from a greenside bunker on 18 for a birdie.
(Westwood One’s John Tautges recaps round two)
(Snedeker on getting rolling at the 6th hole)
(Snedeker on playing links golf)
(Snedeker on conditions being right for a solid round)
(Snedeker on being happy to be in the lead)
(Snedeker on the course getting tougher on the weekend)
(Snedeker on why he played well)
(Scott on feeling good about his game)
(Scott on being comfortable at the top of the leaderboard)
(Scott on the pack a few shots back)
(Tiger Woods on the course)
(Tiger says he’s feeling good)
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