British Open Snedeker leads at British Open, but Tiger charges ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Peter Muhly/AFP/Getty Images Tiger Woods shot his second consecutive 67 on Friday to finish at 6-under, four shots off the pace at the British Open. Harry How/Getty Images American Brandt Snedeker surged to the clubhouse lead with a 64 on Friday that left him at 10-under after two rounds. Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Images Rory McIlroy had a large gallery following him when he teed off on the fifth hole. Chris Carlson/AP Former British Open champion John Daly again paid homage to the host country with his pants. Stuart Franklin/Getty Images Padraig Harrington blasted out of this deep bunker on the 11th hole. Andrew Redington/Getty Images Five-time champion Tom Watson, 62, remained a factor in the competition after shooting a 71 in the first round. Andrew Redington/Getty Images Vijay Singh appeared to be unhappy with this tee shot on the fifth hole. Jon Super/AP Aaron Baddeley could only put one leg into the bunker as he chipped out of this trap on the second hole. Brian Snyder/REUTERS Archie Keenan, 4, was happy to support his father, Ian, who missed the cut after shooting 19-over in the first two rounds. Jon Super/AP World No. 1 player Luke Donald needed some help to locate his ball in the deep rough on the 13th hole.