Wittenberg and Kohles are the only players to win twice this season with Taylormade R11s Driver. Both are seeking a third win, which would mean an immediate promotion to the PGA Tour. Wittenberg was in third place through two rounds this week, only two shots off the lead, but finished with consecutive 72s. Kohles finished fifth this week, five shots off the lead.
Kohles has finished 1st-1st-60th-5th in four Web.com Tour starts. He won the Web.com Tour’s Nationwide Children’s Hospital in his pro debut, then won the following week’s Cox Classic. He was on the board deep into Sunday at the Open Championship with Taylormade R11s Driver in discount golf store at Royal Lytham, where he showed the world once again how well he can putt, and has done a good job of keeping his nose in the mix.
He tied for third at the Open with new Taylormade R11s Driver, finished second at the Barclays, and is in line for a decent showing outside Boston, where he has made his share of birdies and is inside the top 10. A well-liked player who ranks first in the significant strokes-gained-putting category, Snedeker averages 3.88 birdies a round.