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Retief Goosen shared ninth place at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am at 11-under-par 71-68-67-69=275, good for $175,500.00.

Not too shabby right out of the gate. He needed a solo 21st-place finish to meet the terms of his Major Medical Extension. Instead, he exceeds the terms with four starts remaining. This means that he'll slide into the No. 1 position of the Major Medical category for the remainder of the year. Meanwhile, in another bit of good news, he reversed his earlier position regarding playing time in the United States. One month ago today, he wrote in his online journal that he wasn't expected to play the PGA TOUR before the end of February and that he'd limit his season to 10 events. This past Friday, he wrote: "It's nice to be back here in America, my focus is to play a full schedule in America this year and get back into the swing of things." Therefore, congratulations to gamers that invested across the board. Salary formats that allow midseason pickups should go get him immediately.
Sun, Feb 10, 2013 07:09:00 PM

Nine years removed from his last appearance, Bubba Watson shot a 2-over-par 36-38=74 in the third round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and at even-par 215, missed the scheduled 54-hole cut of low 60 and ties by one stroke.

All Watson needed to do to make the cut was to par the signature par-5 18th at Pebble Beach Golf Links. He took 6. The 37-year-old played the two par 5s on his first half in 3-under (eagle, birdie), but bogeyed both par 5s on the back nine. In total, he circled just two birdies on day three, and was done-in earlier with a run of double-bogey-bogey on Nos. 8-10. Eleven players, including Watson, finished T70 and were MDF for Sunday notably: 215- Hunter Mahan and 2011 champ D.A. Points ... Notable MCs: 218- James Hahn; Steve Stricker; Brendon Todd ... 219- Russell Knox; Russell Henley ... 220- David Lingmerth; Kevin Na ... 224- Ryan Moore ... 225- Ian Poulter ... 227- 2004 champ Vijay Singh.
Feb 13 - 8:27 PM

Four-time AT&T champ Phil Mickelson smoothed a bogey-free 6-under-par 33-33=66 in the third round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am to post 16-under 199, up two spots on the day and good for the 54-hole lead by two over 36-hole co-leader Hiroshi Iwata.

The tournament's all-time money leader opened his 20th edition with 4-under 68 on Spyglass Hill GC and 6-under 65 on Monterey Peninsula CC to sit one adrift of Iwata and Sung Kang after two days. He began day three on Pebble Beach Golf Links off the 10th tee and kicked off with birdie from 11'0" at the par-4 11th before back-to-backs on 17 (from 10'5") and a chip-in birdie-4 at the signature 18th hole. After the break, he connected three straight circles on Nos. 5-7, the latter dropping from 19'1". Remarkably, the 45-year-old landed just seven (of 14) fairways and only nine greens in regulation but kept his march to the top intact with a pair of seven-foot par putts (sand saves) at the 14th and again at the first.
Feb 13 - 6:50 PM

Overnight co-leader Hiroshi Iwata crafted a 3-under-par 36-33=69 in today's third round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am to post 14-under 201, good for the early 54-hole clubhouse lead.

The PGA TOUR rookie co-lead thru 36 holes with Sung Kang on 11-under after opening in 66 (MPCC) and 66 (PB). It was his first 36-hole lead/co-lead in his 16th career start. The 35-year-old, who's making his tourney debut, began his third frame at Spyglass Hill GC off the 10th tee and erased bogey at 10 with birdies at 11, 14, 15 and 17 to turn 3-under. He balanced-out squares at one and four with birdies at three and eight for his final tally. In total, Iwata circled six on just 10 greens in regulation to post a sterling 1.400 putts per GIR.
Feb 13 - 5:38 PM

Past champ Jimmy Walker fired a 9-under-par 29-34=63 in the third round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for a 54-hole aggregate of 9-under 206, up 65 places on the live leaderboard to T10.

Walker carded seven 3's on an inward 29, including eagle-3's on both of the par 5s, and nearly holing-out from 120 yards on the par-4 ninth (his last hole) for a third eagle, tapping in from a mere two inches. He began his third frame with his lone bogey at the par-4 10th before bouncing back with birdies at 13, 14 and 16 (chip-in) to turn 2-under. The 2014 AT&T champ began his run from 15'8" for eagle at the par-5 second and chased with back-to-back circles on three and four before dropping his second eagle from 17'7" at the par-5 sixth. His 63 is low lap of the tourney thus far on Pebble Beach GL and a personal best in 32 career rounds at the AT&T -- in relation to par. The 37-year-old also shot 63 (8-under) at Monterey Peninsula CC in R3 of the 2011 edition. Seven of his par breakers came on just 12 greens in regulation for a sterling 1.417 putts per GIR.
Feb 13 - 5:17 PM

The start of the third round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am was delayed 30 minutes due to fog and began at 8:30 a.m. PT.

The marine layer made its first appearance on Saturday morning in what has otherwise been two glorious opening days. Scott Langley is now underway in the first pairing with Aussie Cameron Smith off No. 1 tee on the difficult Spyglass Hill GC. He's currently T59 on 1-under total after opening in 2-under 69 (MPCC), and 1-over 73 (PB), and will be battling to make the scheduled 54-hole cut of top 60 and ties. The 26-year-old has posted two straight MDFs in each of the last two editions: T65/MDF (2015) and T64/MDF (2014). On a side note, Langley finished T16 (tied low amateur) at the 2010 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.
Feb 13 - 11:39 AM

Charl Schwartzel moved to the top of the leaderboard in the Tshwane Open at Pretoria CC after compiling a 4-under-par 32-34=66 in Saturday's third round.

This was the expectation after the pre-tournament betting favorite powered into contention with a 64 in round two. And Schwartzel delivered, picking off an eagle and three birdies to reach 9-under 201 after 54 holes. His lead is the minimum one though after a walk-off bogey cut his advantage to a single shot over fellow South African Zander Lombard. It's a further two strokes back to recent Joburg Open winner Haydn Porteous and third-round leader Anthony Michael. Schwartzel registered his first birdie of the day at No. 2 before making a decisive move with an eagle-3 at the 536-yard par-5 9th. He added another pair of birdies at 12 and 17 before dropping one at the last after a loose drive. The 2011 Masters winner, who will be chasing an 11th European Tour win on Sunday, hit 15 greens in regulation on Saturday.
Feb 13 - 9:26 AM

Hiroshi Iwata rocketed up the leaderboard with a 6-under-par 30-36=66 at Pebble Beach Golf Links to grab a share of the AT&T Pro-Am clubhouse lead at 11-under 132.

Starting the day at 5-under, Iwata wasted no time adding to his total, circling four birdies and an eagle on his front nine to make the turn at 6-under 30. He rolled in four putts from outside seven feet on his outward nine, but got even hotter with the flat stick as the round progressed. Most notable were 23'8" and 26'8" birdie rolls at the par-4 10th and 16th holes, respectively. Not to be overlooked, he also trickled in a 18'8" par-saver at the par-4 15th. Iwata gained 4.859 strokes: putting on the day and will sleep on the 36-hole lead as he readies for Spyglass Hill Golf Club on Saturday.
Feb 12 - 6:04 PM

Sung Kang bombarded Monterey Peninsula Country Club’s Shore Course with a bogey-free, 11-under-par 29-31=60 to set a course (and tournament) record and grab hold of the 36-hole clubhouse lead at 11-under 132. UPDATE: With play completed, Kang shares the 36-hole lead with Hiroshi Iwata.

Kang started on the back nine and birdied three of his first six holes. Adding an eagle-3 on the 16th hole is when the round really started to take shape. Fast forward to his 18th hole of the day and Kang walked onto the ninth tee box with a chance at the coveted 59. It wasn't meant to be, as he settled for par and an 11-under 60. What's remarkable about this round is that Kang avoided any bogeys despite splitting just eight (of 13) fairways. This round goes in the books as his career low (previous best was a 64 on three occasions), beats out Charlie Wi's 61 (2012) as the new MPCC course record, and is the lowest round in the history of the AT&T Pro-Am. He will now ready for a Saturday tee time at Pebble Beach Golf Links.
Feb 12 - 5:32 PM

Phil Mickelson tore apart the front nine of Monterey Peninsula Country Club’s Shore Course on his way to a 6-under-par 29-36=65 during round two of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am to grab a share of the clubhouse lead at 10-under 133. UPDATE: With play completed, Mickelson is one back of 36-hole co-leaders Sung Kang and Hiroshi Iwata.

Lefty went on early-59 watch as he birdied four of his first five holes to reach 8-under on the week and throw his name into contention. He rolled in a birdie on the par-4 eighth to make the turn at 5-under 34. An eagle-3 on the par-5 10th raised the stakes of the round, but that's where the fun stopped. Mickelson got in trouble on the 12th hole to square a disappointing par-5 bogey. He played the par 5s at 6-under up until that point. He was forced to scramble for bogey on his final hole, just his third bogey of the week. Mickelson walked off the 18th green with a share of the lead as he readies for a Saturday tee time at Pebble Beach Golf Links.
Feb 12 - 4:57 PM

Freddie Jacobson navigated Spyglass Hill Golf Club with a 3-under-par 34-35=69 during the second round of this week's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Jacobson torched Pebble Beach Golf Links in his opening round, giving him a nice cushion as he faced a tough track today. The Swede launched out of a cannon with back-to-back birdies to open his second round and reach 9-under for the week. He traded a birdie at at the par-5 seventh with a bogey two holes later at the par-4 ninth. Making the turn at 2-under 34, Jacobson cruised home with eight pars and one more circle on the way in. It was impossible for him to maintain his torrid putting pace of round one, but he's in great position through 36 holes, sitting just one off the lead as he walked off the 18th green.
Feb 12 - 4:32 PM

Anthony Michael lapped Pretoria CC in a smooth 1-under-par 33-36=69 for a 36-hole total of 7-under 64-69=133, good enough for a two shot lead over Charl Schwartzel at the halfway stage of the Tshwane Open.

The unheralded South African, who plies his trade on the Sunshine Tour, has had little success in the European Tour co-sanctioned events, with the exception of T2 in the 2010 Alfred Dunhill Championship. Otherwise he's never made the top ten. But on Friday he was cool and calm after the dramatics of round one. He circled red three times on the front nine at 3, 5 and 9, adding another on 15. There were bogeys on 4, 11 and 17, but it was a smart consolidating performance on a day when scoring again proved tough. One group did not finish their second round after a storm delay, but they are chasing the cut. The top of the leaderboard will be unaffected by the completion of their rounds.
Feb 12 - 5:53 AM




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