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In this edition of GolfTalkCentral, Steve Sands and Rex Hoggard talk about three things Rex learned on Friday at the 2012 Open Championship and also answers questions from viewers.
Tom Abbott chats with Adam Scott after his round Friday at the 141st Open Championship.  &nbspFor more go to
Tom Abbott chats with leader Brandt Snedeker after his round Friday at 141st Open Championship.  &nbspFor more go to
Hear what Rory McIlroy had to say after his round Friday at 141st Open Championship.  &nbspFor more go to
Tiger Woods shot 3-under-par 67 in the second round of the 141st Open Championship. Watch Tiger's highlights from Royal Lytham.
By keeping driver in the bag and jarring a bunker shot on 18, Tiger Woods moved closer to the British Open lead.
Brandt Snedeker played bogey-free again Friday in a record-tying performance that gave him a one-shot lead over Adam Scott in the 141st Open Championship.
Tiger Woods never abandoned his ultra-conservative game plan Friday in the Open Championship ' even on the par 5s.
Of all the things Adam Scott has accomplished in his career it has been his pedestrian record in the majors that has been the most scrutinized.
Adam Scott's British Open style is nothing short of sharp and chic. What clothes and closing style will he show up with on the weekend?
Amid plenty of wayward swings, Brandt Snedeker and Adam Scott were steady as can be at the British Open. And look who's lurking right behind them: Tiger Woods.
After last year's surprise runner-up finish, Phil Mickelson's struggles at the Open Championship were back for all to see.

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It's the latest look trending at this week's British Open ' red and white MyJoys. But who's wearing them?
Thanks to calm conditions and great putting, Brandt Snedeker leads the British Open in record-tying fashion.
Luke Donald shot 68 Friday, but has an eight-shot deficit after two rounds at the British Open.
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Rory McIlroy played himself out of contention Friday at the Open Championship, shooting a second-round 75 on a day when Brandt Snedeker proved a number was to be had.