At the start of the day, Brendon de Jonge had a share of the lead. Now? He’s just trying to salvage what’s been a disaster of a round with four bogeys, one double bogey and one birdie through his first nine holes Saturday.
De Jonge made the turn and has fallen all the way into a tie for 24th seven shots back. A few others have tumbled down the leaderboard, too -- Brian Davis, Derek Lamely and Michael Letzig have all dropped 20 spots as well.
Meanwhile, no one has been able to catch Anthony Kim -- though Scott Stallings is now within two after playing his first dozen holes in 3 under.