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Scotland's Richie Ramsey discusses a shot with his caddie

Scottish amateur Richie Ramsey is out early on another chilly morning at Carnoustie as day two of the Open gets underway

Rory McIlroy picks his ball out the burn on the ninth

Northern Ireland amateur Rory McIlroy enjoys a mixed morning with two birdies and seven dropped shots to end two over

America's Jim Furyk plays out of a bunker on the second hole

Jim Furyk is enjoying better luck with four birdies in seven holes, but a bogey on the last leaves him two under

Ernie Els hits his tee shot on six

2002 Open champion Ernie Els also picks up a couple of shots but drops one on the back nine to reach halfway at level par

Luke Donald hits a wayward tee out of bounds on six

Luke Donald counters two doubles and a triple bogey with birdies at 11, 12 and 14, eventually finishing at four over

Phil Mickelson (bottom centre) receives help in looking for his ball on the second

Phil Mickelson also finds the going tough and cards a 77 to finish on six over, meaning he will miss the weekend

England's Lee Westwood

England's Lee Westwood drops a shot on the last but remains right in contention at one under par after the second day

The early morning start catches up with Sergio Garcia

Leader Sergio Garcia drops a shot on the fourth but gets it back on the sixth and finishes the day at a healthy six under

Vijay Singh hits out the rough

Vijay Singh birdies three consecutive holes to put himself in contention, but double bogeys 18 to fall back to one over

Sweden's Niclas Fasth

Sweden's Niclas Fasth is the first man under 70, although a double bogey on 12 stops a 67 and he ends two over par

Spain's Miguel Angel Jimenez

Spain's Miguel Angel Jimenez comes within inches of a hole-in-one on the 16th as he posts a 70 for three under overall

Spectator Willie Smith, from South Africa, recovers Tiger Woods ball from the burn

As Garcia finishes, Tiger Woods hooks his tee shot into the burn down the left side of the first hole and opens with a six

Tiger Woods drops his iron on the fifth

Woods birdies the second, but scrambles on almost every other hole to turn in 39 - seven shots off the lead

KJ Choi sinks a birdie on the 12th

Korea's KJ Choi sinks three birdies on the back nine to flirt with the lead, but drops one at the last to finish two back

Justin Rose

Justin Rose steadies himself after his opening round and shoots one under for the day to finish at three over

Tiger Woods plays out of the sand on the 9th

Woods keeps struggling and bogeys the last to finish with a 74, at one over for the tournament - seven shots off the lead

Mike Weir

Canada's Mike Weir puts himself very much in the running on Friday with a 68, which leaves him at three under overall

Colin Montgomerie

Colin Montgomerie birdies the first but then runs into trouble and misses the cut - set at four over - by one shot

Former champions Nick Faldo (left), John Daly (top) and Paul Lawrie (bottom)

Former champions Nick Faldo (left), John Daly (top) and Paul Lawrie (bottom) all missed the halfway cut

The Open day one photos
19 Jul 07 |  Golf


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