British Open: Tiger one shot behind Miguel Angel Jimenez after two rounds


British Open GolfGULLANE, SCOTLAND – Tiger Woods is in the mix after two rounds of the British Open at Muirfield.

The 37-year-old American is in a group of four players at two-under par for the championship, alongside compatriot Dustin Johnson, Sweden’s Henrik Stenson and England’s Lee Westwood.

Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain is the overall leader at three-under through the second round.

Players who headed out in the afternoon once again had a tough time. First-round leader Zach Johnson, who was in one of the final groups of the day, shot a second-round 75 and is now one-under overall for the championship.

Here are reactions from the some of the players at the top of the leader board after the second round.

(Tiger Woods on what it’s going to take to win his 15th major)


(Tiger on his plan for Saturday)


(Tiger on finding the pace for his putts)


(Tiger on how the greens sped up on Friday)


(Miguel Angel Jimenez on enjoying the pressure of a major)


(Miguel Angel Jimenez on what it would mean to win a major)


(Lee Westwood on the difference of playing early or late)


(Westwood on needing experience to thrive at the Open)


(Westwood on the tough finish at Muirfield)


(Henrik Stenson on being in contention)


(Stenson on being tough mentally at the Open)


(Stenson says he enjoys the difficult conditions)


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