Besides the four birdies over his final five holes, how good was Charles Warren’s second-round 68?
”Probably one of the best ball striking days I think I've ever had,” said Warren, who hit 13 of 14 fairways and hit all 18 greens in regulation Friday. “I've played decent lately and played okay in Boise, Idaho, in the Nationwide event. I feel like my game is really good. I think it's just a matter of getting a few putts to fall and getting confidence with the putter.”
That was about the only thing that wasn’t working very well for Warren on Friday as he took 33 putts.
It’s also been an up-and-down season for the 35-year-old South Carolinian. He has just one top-10 and has missed more cuts (nine) than he’s made (7). Warren entered this week 180th on the money list and will need a good month to avoid finishing outside the top 125 for a second straight year.