Scenarios to advance: Dominion Energy Charity Classic
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Minimum finish needed for chance to advance to second leg of Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs
Written by Staff @PGATOUR
The Charles Schwab Playoffs commence at this week's Dominion Energy Charity Classic, contested at The Country Club of Virginia in Richmond.
Following the regular-season ending SAS Championship, the top 72 on the season-long Charles Schwab Cup standings qualified for this week's first of three Playoffs events. All Charles Schwab Cup earnings were converted to points, with double points available across the three Playoffs events ($1 = 2 points).
Following the Dominion Energy Charity Classic, the top 54 on the standings will advance to the TimberTech Championship in two weeks.
Here's a look at players in the Dominion Energy Charity Classic field who begin the week outside the top 54, and their minimum finish needed for a chance to crack the top 54 and advance to the second Playoffs event.
(These numbers are not a guarantee; it could take more than the minimum finish, pending scenarios around the bubble.)
Scott McCarron enters the week at No. 54, with 349,361 Charles Schwab Cup points.
|Rank||Player||Charles Schwab Cup points||Minimum finish needed for a chance at advancing to TimberTech|
|55||Tim Herron||326,550||Two-way T39|
|56||David McKenzie||325,417||Solo 38th|
|57||David Branshaw||320,923||Solo 34th|
|58||Dicky Pride||309,495||Solo 27th|
|59||Jay Haas||297,280||Two-way T21|
|60||Wes Short, Jr.||278,167||Two-way T16|
|61||Mario Tiziani||225,235||Three-way T8|
|62||Cameron Beckman||225,149||Three-way T8|
|63||Corey Pavin||220,314||Two-way T8|
|64||Glen Day||210,673||Solo eighth|
|65||Tom Gillis||210,448||Solo eighth|
|66||Billy Mayfair||209,266||Solo eighth|
|67||John Daly||202,093||Two-way T7|
|68||Charlie Wi||196,082||Solo seventh|
|69||Chris DiMarco||195,533||Solo seventh|
|70||Duffy Waldorf||185,869||Two-way T6|
|71||Michael Allen||167,287||Three-way T5|
|72||Jeff Sluman||165,767||Two-way T5|