What’s the better story come Sunday?
Brandt Snedeker turning his 59 in the opening round into a victory at the Wyndham Championship?
Or D.A. Points winning after missing 16 cuts in his last 17 starts?
They’re both scripts in the works at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C.
Points, who has been struggling this season with a herniated disc that causes numbness in his fingers, has broken through his season-long funk to shoot back-to-back 64s. He starts the weekend in second place, two shots behind Snedeker.
“It's been difficult,” Points said of his slump. “It's been hard on my family. I was in this position a couple years ago, and I clawed my way back and won in Puerto Rico.
“I had that big downturn, and I clawed my way out of it just to find myself way back down in another deep hole again.”
Points, 41, is a three-time PGA Tour winner. He won his first title playing alongside Bill Murray at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in 2011 and two years later won the Shell Houston Open. He slipped into a three-year funk after that, before rebuilding his game and winning the Puerto Rico Open last year.
“Hopefully, this is my way of starting to claw back out,” Points said.