Last year’s champion posted another top-10 result this week, thanks to scores of 69-66-69-67.
In two career starts at this event, Potter has never failed to break par, playing eight rounds with a scoring average of 66.88.
“I just love the course. It’s tree-lined, it’s tight and you’ve got to position yourself still in the fairways out there because of the bunker, but I think it’s a course that’s fair for everybody,” he said. “I think the whole field has got a good chance to play well. I guess that probably boosts my ego around the course confidence-wise, and I feel like I’ve got a good chance around here.”