British Open 2022 standings: Live coverage, Tiger Woods score, golf scores today in round one at St. Andrews

The Old Course at St. Andrews offers golfers one last shot at glory in 2022. And what a glorious opportunity considering it’s the 150th Open Championship, hosted at St. Andrews for the 30th time, with players having the chance to join players like Seve Ballesteros, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods as winners of the Claret Jug at this location.

Rory McIlroy headlines the action as the betting favourite, one who has already collected three top 10 finishes in major tournaments this season. Hoping to get out of the major schneid, the 2014 champion golfer of the year has been held winless in the big four for the past eight years. Links specialist Jordan Spieth will be looking to win the fourth major championship of his career, while the hottest name in the game, Xander Schauffele, will be looking to break through for his first. Of course, eyes will always be drawn to Tiger as he begins what may well be his last legitimate opportunity to compete in an Open at the House of Golf.

With a star-studded playing field, the Old Course serving as the historic backdrop, and the pressure given that this is 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 ranking, Tour 1 departure times and a suit Open the TV program coverage guide.

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