St Andrews (Scotland) – Old Course, the world’s oldest golf course, was greeted with thrilling fervor by the visitors Tiger Woods, left the scene at the end of the second round of the Open. “The Big Cat” clearly appeared emotional and took off his hat to thank and congratulate the supporters. The former world No. 1 congratulated the fourth and final Men’s Major of 2022 with a score of 153 (78 75, +9) hits. This may be his last time at the Old Coss, where he won The Open in 2000. and 2005. “It’s very exciting. I played here for the first time in 1995 and as an amateur. I think the next edition of the Open in St. Andrews, probably, will be held in 2030. And I don’t know if I will now. To be able to do that too. To go down to the green. The ovation I was given was really unbelievable”Tiger Woods statement.
Cameron Smith Instead he is the new leader of the competition with a total of 131 (67, 64, -13) shots and two shots ahead of the American. Cameron Young, leading to the end of the first round and now 2/o with 133 (-11). Among the big names, they share third place with 134 (-10) Northern Irishmen. Rory McIlroySecond in the world ranking, and Norwegian Victor Howland, whereas Dustin Johnson, the ace of the Arab Super League, is 5/o with 135 (-9), followed by Englishman Tyrell Hatton and world No. 1 Scotty Scheffler, both 6/o with 136 (-8). Azzurri has the best young roman amateur Filippo Celli, climbed from 101/a to 36/a on a piazza with 141 (74 67, -3) and a bogey-free ride supported by five birdies. Overcome the cut, with a little too much trouble and with a final useful score, Francesco Molinariwhich is 66/o with 144 (73 71, equal).
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