The Open 2019 LIVE: Stream, leaderboard, scores and latest updates, tee times, how to watch on TV and online

Follow live coverage of the 148th Open Championship at Royal Portrush where Shane Lowry and JB Holmes share the lead after Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy missed the cut.

In a second round so packed with emotion that it felt like Sunday, McIlroy nearly recovered from his opening 79 by coming up one birdie short of making it to the weekend. McIlroy, one of three players from Northern Ireland celebrating the return of the Open after a 68-year absence, says he has never felt such support. 

But now for the rest of the show. Shane Lowry of Ireland and J.B. Holmes are tied for the lead at 8-under-par, one shot ahead of Lee Westwood and Tommy Fleetwood. Among those within three shots of the lead are Justin Rose, Brooks Koepka and Jordan Spieth. Follow all the action live throughout the day right here:

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With an odd number – 73 players made the cut – Waring was given a marker to play alongside as he teed off at 9.35am and that prize was handed to O’Neill, who missed out in qualifying for the tournament outright last month.

The Royal Portrush club shop closed so staff could watch McNeill tee off with a somewhat understandably nervous low, left shot off the first. Despite a helping wind Waring could only par the first two holes and remained at one over.

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Saturday tee times

0835—Paul Waring 

0845—Francesco Molinari, Jason Kokrak 

0855—Graeme McDowell, Bubba Watson 

0905—Charley Hoffman, Ashton Turner 

0915—Yosuke Asaji, Andrew Wilson 

0925—Yuki Inamori, Matt Wallace 

0935—Nino Bertasio, Tom Lewis 

0945—Adam Hadwin, Ryan Fox 

1000—Innchoon Hwang, Benjamin Hebert 

1010—Paul Casey, Kyle Stanley 

1020—Eddie Pepperell, Doc Redman 

1030—Kevin Streelman, and Joost Luiten 

1040—Shubhankar Sharma, Louis Oosthuizen 

1050—Stewart Cink, Callum Shinkwin 

1100—Jim Furyk, Kevin Kisner 

1110—Bernd Wiesberger, Russell Knox 

1120—Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Mikko Korhonen 

1135—Sergio Garcia, Branden Grace 

1145—Romain Langasque, Sang Hyun Park 

1155—Patrick Cantlay, Lucas Glover 

1205—Danny Willett, Aaron Wise 

1215—Justin Thomas, Bob MacIntryre 

1225—Matt Fitzpatrick, Ernie Els 

1235—Thorbjorn Olesen, Thomas Pieters 

1245—Rory Sabbatini, Byeong Hun An 

1255—Rickie Fowler, Xander Schauffele 

1310—Henrik Stenson, Webb Simpson 

1320—Alex Noren, Dustin Johnson 

1330—Tyrrell Hatton, Matt Kuchar 

1340—Jon Rahm, Patrick Reed 

1350—Lucas Bjerregaard, Tony Finau 

1400—Erik Van Rooyen, Dylan Frittelli 

1410—Andrew Putnam, Jordan Spieth 

1420—Brooks Koepka, Justin Rose 

1430—Justin Harding, Cameron Smith 

1440—Lee Westwood, Tommy Fleetwood 

1450—Shane Lowry, J.B. Holmes 

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