Here’s proof that every shot counts, at least for Charles Warren: At 157th on the money list, Warren obviously needs a good week to get inside the top 125, or at least the conditional top 150. He was trending that way, too, playing his first 15 holes in 7 under Saturday. At one point, that had Warren in second -- place -- until he bogeyed the 16th hole, where he failed to get up and down from left of the green, and double-bogeyed the 17th, where he drove it in the water.
As a result, Warren dropped into a tie for 10th on the leaderboard. Fortunately for him, though, he’s still projected to finish 116th on the money list -- if the leaderboard doesn’t change. A bad round on Sunday, however, would obviously drop him even further and potentially out of the top 125.