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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