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The Tour Report

October 3 2010

3:21 PM

Stroud, Allen stand to gain a lot

The two players that stand to gain the most right now even if neither one of them wins today? Chris Stroud and Michael Allen.

Stroud began his week 125th on the money list … and squarely on the bubble to retain his PGA TOUR card for next season. If the tournament were to end right now and Stroud were to tie for second, he’d move to 93rd and, for all intents and purposes, lock up that card for next year.

Allen, meanwhile, stands to jump 39 spots if he ties for second, which would put him at No. 127. That’s obviously not inside the magic number, but the 51-year-old would be in much better shape should he choose to play on TOUR next season.

To track the projected money list live, click here .