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Open Championship 2022 Live at St. Andrew’s Old Course, two rounds (3 30 30 PM) –

Three Australians meet on Thursday morning for the second round of the Open-15 Open Championship.

Cameron Smith, Brad Kennedy and Minn. Lee all shot as Claret Jug won the 150th major race at St. Andrews.

Australia’s top scorer Smith is leading the Under-67s in the round of six, with six birds and one bogey in one round.

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He has three shots under eight ahead of American leader Cameron Young, and one behind former Rori McIlroy.

Meanwhile, Sydney traveler Kennedy is in the bottom four, while Lee is in the bottom three.

Lucas Herbert (two-under), Adam Scott (even) and Jason Scrivener (even) finish out the Australians equally or better, but Mark Leishman (over four) struggled in the toughest afternoon.

Smith said he gave him “Gus Bombs” when he wished for “a lot of Aussies in the crowd” in the first round of the Old Course.

“Standing in the first te at St. Andrew’s Open was something I dreamed of doing as a child, and it was great to have all this happen and get the support I have today,” he said. After one round

“(Open) It hasn’t been very good for me yet, so it was good to run well.”

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Meanwhile, Tiger Woods is sure to miss out on a tough six-hour six-point shot.

Woods was rolling on points with the duration of the round, which he did not understand.

Although Woods played in the last 11 rounds, he was left out of the 78-round clash and was relegated by the 36 savages.

He had a brutal break in the first hole that led to the double bogey.

Likewise, Woods is desperate to work the weekend and has targeted the Under-6s to get the race back on track.

Speaking of the first round, he said:It may be the highest point I have ever been able to hit.

“I hit a good T, just in the middle of a new dive and hit a good shot. It was blown away by the winds and ended in a blaze and doubled.

“I think today I probably had four or five three-quarters. It wasn’t just great on the greens. And I left each position briefly. I struggled to hit the quits enough.

“The greens were very strong but slow and a fun combination. And we weren’t really fast demons there either. The whole cycle took a long time. And it was a long, slow day.

“It looks like I have to shoot 66 tomorrow to get the chance. Obviously it was done, friends did it today, and tomorrow my responsibility is to move forward and do it. It needs to be done. “

When Woods leaves in the afternoon, most of the leaders leave in the morning in better conditions than expected.

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The discarded Bryce still uses the old sponsor ball

In the days leading up to the opening of this year, Brison Dechaembe was sacked by Bridgeson for his relationship with Saudi-backed LIV Golf.

But that didn’t stop him from using the Bridgeson ball when he won the 2020 US Open on Thursday.

“I love them. I like what they do,” Dechamber said.

“I still hope to continue discussions with the research and development team.

“I gave them five or six different small things to help improve the ball. And we hope it will continue.

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Australians in bright

3 ፡ 35 PM – Mark Calcavecia, Ryan Fox, Jedi Morgan

5 ፡ 14 – Dustin Johnson Adam Scott, Mark Leishman

5 ፡ 25 25 – Scott Schafler, Joaquin Niman, Tyrell Haton

6 ፡ 14 – Shugo Imahira, Jason ScrivenerDavid Law

6.58pm – Tiger Woods, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Max Home

7.09 pm – Jordan Spieth, Jon Rahm, Harold Varner III

7 ፡ Ex 42 – Lauri Canter, Dimitrius PapadatosMatthew Griffin.

8 ፡ 36 36 ፡ ፡ ፡–ላ ላ ላ ላ ላ ላ ፣ ፣ ሲ ሲ ሲ ሲ ሲ ሲ ሲ ሲ ሲ Min Wo Lee

9 ፡ 30 – Phil Mikelsen, Lucas Herbert.Kurt Kitayama

9.53pm – John Deli, Bryson DeChambeau, Cameron Tringale

10 ፡44 04 – Cameron SmithBrooks Koipka, Sims Power

10.26pm – Cameron Young, Kyung-hoon Lee, Robert MacIntyre

11 ፡ Tw 26 – Ernie Els, Adri Arnaus, Brad Kennedy

11 ፡ 59 59 – Colin Moricawa, Rory McKilroy, Xander Schauffele

12.10 (Saturday) – Shane Lori, Justin Thomas, Victor Hoveland

12.21am – License Zalatoris, Hideki Matsuyama, Tony Finau

12 ፡ 54 – Anthony QuayleZander Lombard, John Parry

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