Published: Jul 17, 2010 3:07 AM EDT
Updated: Jul 17, 2010 12:11 AM EDT

      ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) - South African Louis Oosthuizen was the clubhouse leader when the second round of the British Open was suspended by darkness at St. Andrews. Thirty
players will complete their rounds Saturday.
      Oosthuizen followed Thursday's 65 with a 5-under-par 67 that
puts him 12-under through 36 holes, five shots ahead of Mark
Calcavecchia.
      High winds at The Old Course caused an hour-long delay and led
to a long afternoon for first-round leader Rory McIlroy. The
first-round leader shot an 8-over 80 a day after matching the major
championship record with a 63.
      Paul Casey and Lee Westwood are tied for third at minus-6, one
shot ahead of a seven-man group that includes reigning U.S. Open
champ Graeme McDowell and Retief Goosen. Tiger
Woods is among 12 players at 4-under.
      Masters champion Phil Mickelson shot a 71 and sits at even par
and just above the projected cut line.
      After conjuring up memories of past glory with a 66 in the
opening round, former champion John Daly needed 76 shots to
complete his second trip around the wind-swept Old Course.