Moving day is officially upon us at the 150th Open Championship, setting the stage for a game of golf to remember as the Old Course in St. Andrews will help determine who is really in contention for Sunday’s final round. At the 36-hole mark, Cameron Smith edged 18-hole leader Cameron Young with his score of 131 over 36 holes matching the lowest four in Open history (two on record pace).
Young, however, remains in solo second with Rory McIlroy and Viktor Hovland (-10), Dustin Johnson (-9) and Scottie Scheffler (-8) hiding to enter what should be a fun finish to St. Andrews. Given that 14 of the last 15 Open champions at St. Andrews were within three strokes of the lead over 36 holes and each of the last seven Open winners has been T4 or better at this stage of the tournament, the 2022 champion golfer of the year will likely be one of those six golfers.
With a star-studded playing field, St. Andrews serving as the historic backdrop, and the pressure given it’s the last major of the year, the 150th Open Championship is already shaping up to be a moment to remember. CBS Sports will update this story with scores and highlights below. Check out the live scores at the top of this story, a more detailed standings, round three tee times and a .