2011 British Open Leaderboard: Thomas Bjorn, Tom Lewis Drop Back; Darren Clarke, Lucas Glover Take Over

With many players now finished with their second round at the 2011 British Open, here's a look at the leaderboard. Thomas Bjorn and the youngster Tom Lewis, who led the Open Championship following Thursday's play, both fell back into the pack. Bjorn posted a +2 today and his now tied for third, and Lewis posted a +4 and is now tied for No. 15. Bjorn was even on the first 11 holes, but bogeyed the 12th and 14th.

T1. Darren Clarke -4 (-2 today)
T1. Lucas Glover -4 (E today)
T3. Chad Campbell -3 (-2 today)
T3. Martin Kaymer -3 (-1 today)
T3. Thomas Bjorn -3 (+2 today)

Miguel Angel Jimenez is also at -3 through 15 holes, and Yuta Ikeda is at -3 through 14.

Dustin Johnson (-2), Charl Schwartzel (-2), Davis Love III (-2), Adam Scott (-1) and Phil Mickelson (-1) are among those players still very much in the hunt.

For more 2011 British Open results, keep following this storystream, and be sure to check out Waggle Room.

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