8.27pm: A lukewarm reception for the young Irishman as he makes his way to the 18th to conclude what has been a long, difficult day to forget. 2.11pm: Four, four start for McIlroy as he makes his way to the birdie-able third. He’s four under after 31 holes. Another shot gone for McIlroy, four dropped today and down to six under par after his par putt horseshoes round the cup. 8.09pm: Well-timed birdie for Ian Poulter at the 14th. He was fading, like the sun, toddler iron man costume after bogeys at 10 and 11 but he’s picked up a shot for one under par. One fan dressed as the scary The Night King from the epic fantasy drama series Game of Thrones. The website also reported on Sunday’s panel for the Fox supernatural drama Sleepy Hollow. The organisers are taking a roll call as we speak. 7.03pm: A reprieve for Colin Montgomerie,Chris Wood and Ernie Els – each at one over par – with the projected cut set to call them back for Saturday. Totally mis-read the green which results in a three-putt par. 4.26pm: Lucas Glover primed for par at the fifth despite his struggles to reach the green. 8.23pm: Two birdies should of been three as Poulter walks away from the 15th with a par.
Experts said the delay had taught them more about the craft, as it switched to internal battery power and saw other changes through the lead-up to launch and then through the three attempts at different points in the launch window. And more joy for Marcel Siem. Marcel Siem slips away at the notorious 17th – the Road Hole eating up its opponents today – and he’ll be lucky to escape with a double bogey, reducing his score to three under. And Colombian Camilo Villegas joins the group with sweet three wood swing. He should take par, as will Villegas who places his first putt beside the cup. 8.13pm: At last some good news for R-Mac, who rips a perfect drive down the 17th. He was 63 after 18 holes yesterday. 7.41pm: Temperature really dropping now as Tiger hooks his drive into the rough on the 12th under the stunning setting of the sunset slowly hitting the North Sea coast. After finishing second to win the world championship in Belgium, Schumacher went off the boil for the next two races before claiming a record setting 13th win of the season in Japan as he celebrates with brother Ralf, who finished second, Brawn and third placed Button in Suzuka.
4.04pm: Nice recovery from Villegas, who bogeyed the first to pick up par at the second, his birdie putt shaving the hole. 20 over par after 17, let’s just hope he’ll return in better form next year. 6.52pm: Long birdie attempt from Daly burns on the lip at the 16th. Three under for the Claret Jug, how he should be at least three shots better if he’d had any luck. Unlucky for Els at 15 with the lip denying him a good birdie. 5pm: Good evening to those just joining. These numbers are higher than they have ever been – representing a true threat to democracy. 2.28pm: Matt may well have popped away to see two of my all-time best friends Marks & Spencer – who knows? The world turns bleak as they are thrown into their fiercest battle yet as they go up against super-villain Ultron, who is hell-bent on destroying humanity despite Iron Man’s initial efforts to oversee peace talks. MSSK head Ruffin Asumbe who told AFP they were “isolated” for a while then released. Brie wore her blonde locks in a sleek, straight style which she brushed over one shoulder, while she wore a natural palette of make-up.
This father is his daughter’s superhero,’ one comment read. One of the finest GP from the modern era. To mark the occasion, Sportsmail has looked back at every single one of Schumacher’s 91 victories with Benetton and Ferrari in a picture special, including the controversial win at Austria to the master-class drives around Monaco. It’s all smiles on the podium but it’s Schumacher with the biggest grin as his second straight win of the season saw him take another huge chunk out of Hakkinen’s championship lead which stood at just six points after the French Grand Prix. The woman moved toward him, holding out her slender hands, as if beckoning for help. I can see why they called it off, we’re almost being blown away out there. Ian Poulter sees his birdie putt at the third roll around the cup and out for a par. Tiger Woods makes par on the sixth, but Justin Rose misses with a tentative stab at a putt for par, which slips by. Impressive at six under par now at the fourth. At Grand Rapids, they were put up in a luxury suite at the Marriott hotel, given the keys to a gleaming white limo and presented with three silk ties, six crystal tumblers embossed with leaping stags and £600 donated by members of Blythefield Country Club.