The second round of the 2014 Open Championships kicked off at Royal Liverpool at 6:25am this morning. Lets see how some of the golfers are getting on so far today. By Danielle Preedy

Brandt Snedeker
American Brandt Snedeker finished two over par in the first round of the Open at Royal Liverpool yesterday. In his second round today, he has scored 72, and he remains on +2. Photography: Andrew Redington/Getty Images

Graham Delaet

The Canadian Graham Delaet played a good round yesterday, finishing on one under par. In the second round this morning, however, he scored two double bogeys and a triple bogey on the 8th hole and finished four over par. His overall score now is +3. Photography: Andrew Redington/Getty Images

Cheng-Tsung Pan

Cheng-Tsung Pan from Tiawan has had an interesting second round today scoring four birdies, four bogeys and a double bogey. After a two over par first round, he finishes overall today on +4. Photography: Andrew Redington/Getty Images

Boo Weekely

The American Boo Weekley finished three under par in the first round with a total of 69. In his second round today, however, he scored seven over par with 79 and is +4 overall. Photography: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images

Danny Willett

Danny Willett of England finished his first round of this year’s Open two over par, and started his second round this morning with three bogeys on the 1st, 7th and 8th holes. He finished the round on two over par again, leaving him on +4 overall. Photography: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images

Ashun Wu

Ashun Wu of China was three over par at the end of his first round yesterday, and scored 6 bogeys and two birdies today. He finishes his second round four over par, leaving him on +7 after two rounds. Photography: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images

Chris Kirk

American Chris Kirk scored an impressive one under par in the first round of the Open yesterday, and started his second round today with two birdies, a bogey and a double bogey. He finished the round two over par, leaving him on +1 overall. Photography: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

Miguel Angel Jiminez

The Spanish Miguel Angel Jimenez finished three over par yesterday, scoring a double bogey on the 12th hole. He produced a more impressive one over par today, leaving him on +4 at the end of two rounds. Photography: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images

Bill Haas

Bill Haas got off to a good start yesterday with two under par in the first round. He begun the second round well today with two birdies on the 5th and 6th holes, and finished on par, meaning he stays at -2. Photography: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Martin Kaymer

German golfer Martin Kaymer has started his second round today with three birdies, after a solid one over par first round yesterday. Despite a double bogey on the 5th yesterday, he managed a birdie on the same hole today. He finished his second round on par, and he remains on +1. Photography: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images

Phil Mickelson

Phil Mickelson of the United States ended his first round yesterday on two over par, with four bogeys, including one on the 18th. Mickelson finished the second round with a score of 70, meaning he is on par and still in contention. Could the defending champion emulate last years success? Photography: Tom Pennington/Getty Images

Bubba Watson

Bubba Watson scored 76 in his first round yesterday, leaving him four over par. He teed off today with a birdie on the first hole, and managed a score of 72 today. After two rounds, he remains on +4. Photography: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

George Coetzee

 

After a score of two under par after the first round, the South African George Coetzee scored 69 in the second round today, leaving him on -5 and nearing the top of the leader-board. Coetzee had a successful round, scoring a total of 6 birdies across the course. Photography: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images

Adam Scott

 

Adam Scott of Australia had an impressive first round yesterday, scoring a four under par total of 68. In the second round today he has scored one over par, leaving him in possible contention for the top spot overall. Photography: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

Justin Rose

 

England’s Justin Rose has scored a successful two under par today, after finishing the first round on par with 72. He shot two birdies as well as an eagle on the 10th hole today, leaving him on a score of -2 over all. Photography: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images