November 14 2010
What did a bogey-bogey finish mean for J.B. Holmes? That he’s not guaranteed a trip to the Masters or U.S. Open next year. It also means that Heath Slocum is as the two flip-flopped spots on the money list with Slocum 30th and Holmes 31st.
“Oh, wow,” Slocum said when informed afterward. “I came here for a good tournament and a good finish. I’m disappointed that way but if I did hold onto the top 30, I’ll be honest, it was a good week.”
Slocum, who finished well back at 6 under for the week, was also relieved that he doesn’t have to worry about it now.
“You can’t win them without getting in them,” Slocum said. “I feel like I’ve at least got a chance.” -- Brian Wacker