It's been a long night for Ireland’s golfers on Day Two of the Open Championship after flooding delayed proceedings for three hours this morning.
The first group teed off at 6.32am but play was suspended within 15 minutes as heavy rainfall had flooded greens and other areas of the St Andrews course.
As a result, the five Irish participants had their tee-off times pushed back, but Padraig Harrington eventually completed his second outing, carding a solid 69 which leaves him three under.
Meanwhile, Paul Dunne continued to enhance his reputation with another 69 on Day Two, leaving the young amateur an excellent six under par.
Shane Lowry remains one over after finishing the day on par with a score of 72, while Graeme McDowell is still on par overall following a successive 72.
Elsewhere, Darren Clarke was dealt the shortest straw as he only began his second round at 5.37pm, meaning a Saturday morning finish is on the cards for the Dungannon man.
He's stroking well, though, and sits two under after 13 holes.