Here is ESPN video with highlights from Round 2 of The British Open Golf Championship (overseas they call it The Open Championship) where the big story is 59 year-old Tom Watson is tied for the lead after two rounds at -5 under par.
Watson began the day one shot behind at -5, and quickly made birdie on the 1st hole at Turnberry, Scotland. But he then bogeyed five of his next seven holes, including four straight. He stood at -1 on the 9th hole, and appeared to be on his way out of contention. But he made birdie there, sank another birdie putt on the 11th and then sank two "field goal" putts as Watson said his Dad used to call them, on the 16th and the 18th. It was pure magic! Waston finished the day where he started at -5, good enough to be tied for the lead with Steve Marino.
Watson becomes the oldest man to lead at the end of any round of a Major Championship at 59 years 316 days. Watson is a five-time winner of the British Open, including 1977 at Turnberry.
The other big story is that Tiger Woods went the other direction, missing only the second Major Championship cut of his career.