British Open Leaderboard 2012: Ben Curtis Going Home After Dismal Second Round

Cleveland native Jason Dufner won't be going home just yet as the second round of the British Open continues, but he'll need to play a bit better than he did in the first round if he wants to contend for the win. Dufner is one of many golfers entering the second round with an even score, tied for 29th place overall.

His fortunes are at least better than Ben Curtis'. Curtis will be headed home after a dismal second round saw him finish with a final score of +9, good enough only to put him in a tie for 120th place. Meanwhile, favorite Tiger Woods is currently stuck in sixth place with Brandt Snedeker atop the leaderboard. Snedeker holds a -10 score while currently in the midst of his second round.

A full leaderboard for the British Open can be found at Golf.com and the current top 10 can be found below:

1. Brandt Snedeker -10

2. Paul Lawrie -6

t2. Zach Johnson -6

4. Adam Scott -5

5. Ernie Els -4

6.Bubba Watson -3

t6. Graeme McDowell -3

t6. Tiger Woods -3

9. Steven Alker -2

t9. Luke Donald -2

Stick with this StoryStream for leaderboard updates, tee times, news and more from the 2012 British Open. For all things golf, be sure to check out SB Nation's golf hub.

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