It promises to be a grandstand weekend at Carnoustie, as Tommy Fleetwood, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth made gains at The Open on Friday.
It was a disappointing end to round two of The Open for Kevin Kisner, who had no regrets over his run-in with the Barry Burn at Carnoustie.
A visit to the Barry Burn at the 18th was not what Kevin Kisner had in mind to finish his second round at The Open.
Tiger Woods endured a mixed bag in round two of The Open as Kevin Kisner hauled himself back into a joint-lead at Carnoustie.
It is golf's oldest major and The Open is also the one at the top of Tommy Fleetwood's wish list.
Kevin Kisner had company atop The Open leaderboard as Tommy Fleetwood shot the lowest round of the week so far on Friday.
Leader Kevin Kisner was in the sights of Rory McIlroy and Zach Johnson in the early stages of round two of The Open.
Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas are among those circling at Carnoustie, but Kevin Kisner leads The Open.
Having spent time with the Claret Jug last year, Kevin Kisner hopes for more 'me' time in the next 12 months.
American pair Kevin Kisner and Scott Brown edged into the lead at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.