Memorial Park Continues to Confound Players in Houston
Saturday, November 7, 2020

    Brandt Snedeker enjoyed just one day at the top of the leader board in the Vivant Houston Open, tacking on a 1-over-par 71 to his opening 65 and dropping into a tie for fourth at 4 under. 

    Sam Burns took over the lead at 7 under with rounds of 68-65-133, and he's two in front of Jason Day and Carlos Ortiz. Snedeker has four others in his company at 4 under. 

    Ted Potter continued to struggle over the difficult Memorial Park course, missing the cut with 75-74-149, 9 over par. Ted made two birdies and three bogeys on the front nine, and one birdie and four bogeys on the back, which included bogeys on 16-17-18. The cut came at plus 3.

    Phil Mickelson also missed the cut at 9 over (76-73), and Gator Camilo Villegas bowed out with 74-77. Seminole Brooks Koepka snuck in at plus 2 with 72-70-142, and defending champ Lanto Griffin made it at plus 3.   

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