Miguel Angel Jimenez is the leader heading to the weekend at the British Open.
The 49-year-old Spaniard shot an even-par 71 Friday for a one-stroke over a group that includes Tiger Woods.
On a day when only four players shot in the 60s, Jimenez produced a steady round that included two birdies, two bogeys and 14 pars. He's at 3-under 139 after two days.
In addition to Woods, the group at 140 includes Lee Westwood, Dustin Johnson and Henrik Stenson. Angel Cabrera and first-round leader Zach Johnson are another stroke back.
Jimenez is trying to become the oldest major champion in golf history. Julius Boros was 48 when he won the PGA Championship.
Among those missing the cut: Rory McIlroy and U.S. Open champ Justin Rose.
Zach Johnson headed into the second round of the British Open with a one-shot lead Friday, the first time he's been atop the leaderboard at any major since he rallied to win the Masters six years ago. He opened with a 5-under 66.
The weather has been unseasonably warm and dry, the fearsome wind not much more than a gentle breeze. It's expected to stay that way through the weekend. Even so, there weren't many chances for going low, not on a course that is more brown than green, with pin conditions that some players complained were downright unfair.
First-round surprise Mark O'Meara has tumbled off the leaderboard after making two bogeys and a double-bogey.