Warren's Jason Kokrak was in danger of missing the cut after an opening-round 74 in the PGA Tour Travelers Championship in Cromwell, Conn.
But Kokrak shot a 66 Saturday in a delayed second round to get to even par for the tournament. It was one of his best rounds in his rookie season on the PGA Tour and it enabled him to make the cut for the sixth time in 17 tournaments this season.
Kokrak shot a 72 later Saturday in the third round, putting him 14 shots behind leaders Brian Davis and Roland Thatcher, who are both 12 under.
Kokrak has earned $231,736 in his first season on the PGA Tour. He ranks 156th in the FedEx Cup points standings and is ranked 192nd in the world.
Kokrak will be back in the area on Monday when he will headline the Greater Western Reserve Boy Scout Council's Links Classic Fundraiser at Trumbull Country Club.
The event is a four-person scramble and will benefit the Boy Scout programs in Trumbull and Mahoning counties.