British Open Leaderboard 2012: Justin Hicks Heads Into Second Round With Decent Score

At the start of things at the 2012 British Open, Michigan graduate Justin Hicks was doing quite well and keeping pace with the top of the leaderboard. Since then, he slipped a bit and ended up with a good but not great 68 for the first round. Heading into the second, he'll need to keep that pace or better to keep himself on the high end of the chart, as he's currently in a tie for 41st place.

Brandt Snedeker is currently top of the leaderboard with a 10-under score, while favorite Tiger Woods has only managed to keep himself in a tie for sixth place with a 3-under score.

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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