The 2022 Open Championship heads into the weekend with a loaded leaderboard. Some pre-tournament favorites along with top-ranked pros at longer odds are in the mix, and should make for an exciting weekend finish at St. Andrews.
The trio at the top following Day 1 continue to lead the odds to win The Open. But Aussie Cameron Smith, who opened with a 5-under 67, took command of the leaderboard in Round 2 shooting a 64 to get to -13 under par.
Rory McIlroy opened with a 6-under 66, and then hit 17-of-18 greens in regulation and shot 68 to get to -10 under par for the championship. He's behind first round leader Cameron Young (-11), who's making his Open Championship debut, and Dustin Johnson (-9), who fired a 67 Friday and is T-4 heading into the weekend.
Other top-ranked players in the mix include Scottie Scheffler (-8), Viktor Hovland (-10) Tyrrell Hatton (-8) and Patrick Cantlay (-7).
Here are the adjusted odds to win the Open Championship, along with players scores heading into Round 3.