Adam Scott played his second round at the Open Championship in 67 strokes to post a score of 3 under par 67 to find himself trailing the leader Brandt Snedeker by one stroke. Scott had 4 birdies and one bogey on his way to the 67 he shot today. Scott made birdies at hole 7,10.11 and 18 to got into the club house only trailing by one. Scott made it look easy in his first round. Today Scott struggled a wee bit to find the 67. The conditions for low scoring weren’t as bad as they could be, the course and the conditions did present a bit of difficulty.
Scott will be paired in the last group with Snedeker for the third round if things stay the way they are now. It will be an interesting day to say the least to watch these two 32-year-old guys go out and do battle as they look to take home the first place price, the Claret Jug. There is still a lot of golf for these two players to get through and Tiger Woods is still in the hunt. At the time of this article both Scott and Snedeker have pull ahead of the field in the 141st Open Championship.
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