Bad weather hits Scottish Open
Heavy overnight rain and morning thunderstorms further disrupted the Scottish Open Saturday. A...
Heavy overnight rain and morning thunderstorms further disrupted the Scottish Open Saturday.
A waterlogged Castle Stuart course was closed to the public, with no prospect of further play in the disrupted second round possible until at least 1300 GMT, European Tour officials said.
Half the field, 78 players, still have to complete their second rounds, including world's number one and two Luke Donald and Lee Westwood.
The pair can swap places on the world rankings Sunday but currently both lie seven-under-par, four strokes off the lead.
Last year's U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell holds the second round early lead with Scots Peter Whiteford and Scott Jamieson.
The trio finished their second rounds at 11-under-par 133, one stroke ahead of Spaniard Jose Manuel Lara.