“It looked for a while like I wasn’t going to have a job next year so I just kept going,” Snedeker said.
Snedeker’s job is plenty safe now. And thanks to his 4-under total, his chances of cracking the top-30 on the points list and earning a start next week at East Lake is looking even better. If not, he said he’ll take his two weeks off and gear up for the Fall Finish, when he plans to play at least four of the five events.
“Maybe I found my way to play,” he smiled. “More is better.”