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The Open Championship 2017

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Jordan Spieth takes a two-shot lead into the third round at the 146th staging of The Open Championship with fellow American Matt Kuchar on his tail.

Ian Poulter and Brooks Koepka are tied in third position, while Rory McIlroy added a 68 to his opening 71 to post a halfway total of one under par and lie five shots off the pace set by two-time major winner Spieth.

After wet and rainy conditions on Friday forced a climbing cutline at the Open Championship and few scores in the red, golfers will hope for a little more calm from Mother Nature at Royal Birkdale on Saturday. Jordan Spieth take a two-shot lead at 6-under 134, into the weekend.

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The cutline was set at 5-over 145. Few notable golfers missed the cut, though Phil Mickelson was among them after shooting 3-over on Thursday and 7-over Friday for 10-over 150. It was his first missed cut at an Open since 2012.

Spieth was the only competitor to shoot in the 60s on both days of competition. He was in a three-way tie for first after shooting 5-under 65 on Thursday. In tougher conditions on Friday he shot 1-under 69. Combined, that gave him a two-stroke lead over Matt Kutchar, who went 1-over on Friday. Brooks Koepka went two shots over par Friday and finds himself in a tie with Ian Poulter (even Friday) at 3-under 137.

Rory McIlroy was one of the day’s biggest movers, advancing 52 spots up the leaderboard to T6 by shooting 2-under 68 for the day. His Open began with five bogeys across the first six holes on Thursday, but he settled in after a pep talk from his caddie — “What the f*** are you doing?” — on Thursday. He, too, will be one to keep an eye on.