British Open second round foxsports Oct 20, 2016 at 5:01p ET Not showing his age Tom Watson closed his second round with this birdie on 16 and another birdie on 18 to remain tied for the lead with Steve Marino. Watson shot an even-par 70 on Friday after an opening 65 on Thursday. Not his day Tiger Woods shot a second-round 74 and missed the cut in a major for just the second time as a professional. Tom's up Tom Watson birdied the first hole on Friday, then suffered through a horrific stretch of six holes before recovering to shoot an even-par 70. Out of the hunt Bogeys on five of six holes contributed to a 74 on the day for Tiger Woods, who missed the cut. Believe it Tom Watson recovered from a distastrous front nine to stay in a tie for the British Open lead after 36 holes. Say it ain't so Tiger Woods lost control off the tee starting on No. 8 Friday, and lost a ball on No. 10 which led to his first of two double bogeys. Marino makes his move The weather didn't seem to affect Steve Marino, who finished the second round at 5-under. Nothing going right As great as Miguel Angel Jimenez's first round was, the one-time leader found all sorts of trouble on Friday. Can Tiger tame Turnberry? Tiger Woods started strong Friday, and was one under on his second round through 7 holes before disaster struck. Hail to the champ Two-time defending champ Padraig Harrington acknowledges the crowd on Friday, but his chances of a threepeat didn't look good. Making his Mark With his wife Brenda serving as caddie, Mark Calcavecchia continues to turn back the clock at the Open Championship on Friday. No relief for Goosen Retief Goosen checks the lie of his ball in the rough on Friday, a common scene as conditions took a turn for the worse in round two. Hanging around Englishman Ross Fisher is holding steady, shooting a 68 on Friday to sit at 3-under at the midway point. Weather or not The wind picking up and a little drizzle didn't hurt Kenichi Kuboya early, as he took over the lead. But then he struggled like everyone else and fell down the leaderboard. Holding steady John Daly shot a two-over 72 Friday and sits at even par overall heading into the weekend,. Tough luck, kid After shooting a 69 on Thursday, Rory McIlroy struggled in tough conditions on Friday. He'll be around for the weekend, though, after shooting a 74 to finish at +3 overall. Rain, rain, go away Actually, what's an Open without a little adversity? Spectators watch the 9th green under umbrellas and are probably perfectly happy to do so. At least they can laugh Rory McIlroy wasn't the only young gun struggling. His playing partner Anthony Kim, right, had it even worse. Ben's in bad shape After Thursday, Ben Curtis was one shot off the lead at the British Open. After Friday? On his way home after a second-round 80. What happened Weir? Mike Weir went from 3-under in the first round to 5-over after 36 holes.