It’s officially moving day at the 150th Open Championship, with the old course at St Andrews paving the way for a memorable round of golf that will help decide who’s the real deal entering Sunday’s final round. At the 36-hole mark, Cameron Smith moved ahead of 18-hole leader Cameron Young, tying his 36-hole score of 131 for the four-lowest in Open history (two off the pace).
Young, however, is tied for second place with Rory McIlroy and Victor Hovland (-10), Dustin Johnson (-9) and Scotty Scheffler (-8) entering a fun finish at St. Andrews. 14 of the last 15 Open champions at St. Andrews have held a three-shot lead through 36 holes, and each of the last seven Open winners have been T4 or better at this stage of the tournament, and the champion golfer of 2022 could be one of those six golfers.
With a star-studded field, St Andrews serves as a historic backdrop and with the pressure of being this year’s final, the 150th Open Championship is already shaping up to be one to remember. CBS Sports will update this story with scores and highlights below. See the live scores above this story for more detail LeadingThe round is 3 tee times and a complete .
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