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Brandt Snedeker

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (35) / 12/8/1980
Ht / Wt:  6'1 / 185

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Brandt Snedeker bobbed and weaved to a 2-under-par 32-36=68 in the second round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational to reach the midpoint on 4-under 136, up 11 to T7 with play still in progress.
The 35-year-old went off No. 10 and was sleepwalking thru his first eight holes at a birdie-less 2-over, squaring back-to-back 3-putt bogeys on 15 and 16. He got one back with a 7'3" birdie at the 18th and then with the highlight of his round, holed-out from 91 yards for eagle-3 at the first. Snedeker wasn't done yet adding further circles on 2 and 4, both from inside of six feet, but closed with a disappointing bogey at the ninth after a failed sand save. May 27 - 6:58 PM

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Brandt Snedeker contests his fifth AT&T Byron Nelson in Irving, Texas, and arrives off a missed cut at THE PLAYERS.

The 35-year-old is 4th-ranked in FedExCup points thanks to January. He has three podiums this season and they came rapid-fire with T3 (Hyundai TOC), P2 (Sony Open) and capping the month with a six-shot, come-from-behind win at the Farmers, his eighth TOUR title. In 15 events total, Snedeker has five top 10s, including a T10 at the Masters. At last year's Byron Nelson, he arrived off a T2 at Colonial and back-doored a T6 with a pair of 64s (71-66-64-64).
Source: PGATOUR.com
May 18 - 7:43 AM

Brandt Snedeker fired a 3-under-par 35-34=69 during the second round of the Valero Texas Open, reaching 5-under 139 on the week.

Snedeker started on the back nine and missed a short one early, failing on a 4'8" par-saving attempt at the par-4 12th hole. He didn't let that ruin his whole round on the greens, bouncing back with three putts made between 11 and 13 feet. On the day he landed 11 greens in regulation (same as R1) and went 6-for-7 scrambling. Snedeker has gained 2.803 strokes putting through two rounds. He's one of the streakiest putters on TOUR and he's always a threat to contend on week's when the flat stick catches fire.
Apr 22 - 3:39 PM

At 5-over-par 73-74=147, past champ and RBC Ambassador Brandt Snedeker missed the cut at the RBC Heritage by three strokes, and at a pre-tourney 18/1 outright, joined Paul Casey as the highest up the bookmaker's food chain to hit the showers early.

In total, 82 players made the 36-hole cut, so a second cut of low 70 and ties will come after 54 holes. Making his 11th RBC appearance with a playoff win in 2011, Snedeker, T10 at last week's Masters, suffered the post-Augusta National letdown along with Englishmen Casey (T4 at ANGC), and Matthew Fitzpatrick (T7). The 35-year-old's two-day totals at HHI show four birdies, seven bogeys and one double-bogey -- snapping a streak of nine consecutive cuts made on TOUR. Joining Snedeker on the bench for the weekend are: 145- Casey, Fitzpatrick ... 147- Danny Lee; 2013 champ Graeme McDowell; K.J. Choi ... 148- Matt Jones; Jamie Lovemark ... 150- 2009 champ Brian Gay ... 151- Sean O'Hair ... 154- Brendan Steele.
Apr 15 - 7:07 PM

Brandt Snedeker settled for a T10 at the 80th Masters following a final round, even-par 36-36=72 to finish the week at 1-over 289.

Snedeker had a tall task ahead of him today as he started four shots off the 54-hole leader, Jordan Spieth. The weapon of choice for the Vandy product is usually the flat stick, but we knew it wasn't meant to be as he started the round with three missed putts over the first four holes, all from inside 11 feet. On the week, he uncharacteristically recorded a trio of three-putts. In the end, this goes in the books as a T10, his third career top 10 at Augusta National, earning him 72.60 FedExCup points, to boot.
Apr 10 - 8:42 PM

Brandt Snedeker settled for a 2-over-par 37-37=74 during the third round of the 80th Masters, closing out the day positioned inside the top 10 at 1-over 217.

Snedeker was very hit-or-miss with the flat stick today. He opened up the round with a 16-foot, par-saver at the first. From there, he proceeded to miss three par-saving attempts from inside seven feet (holes No. 3, 5, 7). After that stretch of poor putting, Snedeker splashed one in from 25 feet on the par-5 eighth, giving him his second, and last, birdie of the round. A tear-filled T3 in 2008 still haunts Snedeker's resume at the Masters, but tomorrow provides a great opportunity to make new (and better) memories.
Apr 9 - 7:15 PM

Brandt Snedeker steadied an even-par 35-37=72 during the second round of the 80th Masters, reaching the halfway mark at 1-under 143, currently inside the top 10.

Snedeker missed just two fairways today and landed 12 greens in regulation in route to five circles. Most notable was a back-to-back birdie combo at the par-3 sixth and par-4 seventh holes. The first roll coming from nine feet with the latter coming from 25 feet. The flat stick was not perfect though, as he missed an eight-footer to save par on the par-4 third, a seven-footer to save bogey on the par-3 12th, and a five-footer to save par on the par-4 17th hole. Snedeker did walk off the course in style, though, landing his 164-yard approach to one foot for a tap-in birdie. He was positioned at T10 as he walked off the 18th hole and with breezes stiffening, that could improve by day's end.
Apr 8 - 2:05 PM

With an unbeaten record in Group 15, Brandt Snedeker (2-0-1) advanced to the round of 16 at the WGC-Dell Match Play after taking down Charl Schwartzel (2-1-0) 5-and-3 in Texas on Friday.

17-seed Snedeker had to win to deny in-form Schwartzel his place in the knockout phase and took care of business with a convincing victory. It didn't look that way early as the South African won the first with a concession and went 2-up with a birdie-3 at the third. The momentum switched quickly with Snedeker winning three of the next four holes before Schwartzel stopped the bleeding by taking the 10th with a 10'4" birdie roll to make it all square. It proved a false dawn for the 2011 Masters champion though as Snedeker won the next five holes - 11-13 with birdies - to seal an unexpectedly quick victory. He now takes on second seed Jason Day on Saturday as the tournament becomes straight knockout.
Mar 25 - 4:48 PM

Brandt Snedeker was floored 0-3 in last year’s World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play group stage, but reversed the form book in his opening match-up this year, defeating Charley Hoffman 2 & 1.

Snedeker was not only arriving fresh from last year’s whitewash, he was also on an uninspiring match play run of 1-6. Early in the round he looked to have the edge on Hoffman, making three front nine birdies from 4’9" on the 2nd, from 11’1" on the 4th and from 38’3" on the 7th. But Hoffman always pegged him back, aided by Snedeker bogeys on the 3rd and 8th. So when Hoffman tapped in for his second red number on No. 10 he found himself 1 up and maintained the advantage till the 14th whereupon the match turned quickly. Hoffman initially shot himself in the foot with a bogey and Snedeker pounced. He converted a birdie from 24’11" on 15, made a two-putt birdie-4 on the par-5 16th to go two up and sealed the win with a half on 17. Snedeker plays Danny Lee tomorrow, Hoffman must force the issue against Charl Schwartzel.
Mar 23 - 2:43 PM

Brandt Snedeker has withdrawn prior to his second-round tee time at the WGC-Cadillac Championship. Sore ribs were cited as the reason for this WD. UPDATE: Snedeker returned to action on Mar. 17th with a 2-under 70 in the first round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

PGA TOUR Media reported via Twitter saying "Citing rib injury, @BrandtSnedeker withdrew before R2 @CadillacChamp." Snedeker opened with a 4-over-par 39-37=76 to sit 10 strokes off the co-leaders. Ribs injuries are nothing new for the Vandy product, he revealed to Golf.com back in May of 2013 that he's dealt with many cracked ribs just from swinging a golf club. He was quoted in that article saying "What it boils down to is that my ribs are just really brittle compared to the rest of my bones. So I’m on this medication [Forteo] that is supposed to strengthen your bones and keep this stuff from happening." Snedeker has played through this for years, but gamers should keep their eye out for any further news regarding the ribs.
Mar 4 - 12:21 PM

Defending champ Brandt Snedeker signed for a 1-under-par 35-36=71 after the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am to conclude his ninth appearance at 3-under 284, currently T36 on the leaderboard, up 10 places on the day.

Snedeker won his seventh TOUR title and second AT&T Pebble Beach in record-breaking 22-under last year (64-67-67-67) but didn't come close to that this season posting rounds of 72-71-70-71. He finished off his title defense with three birdies against two bogeys on Sunday and totaled 18 birdies -- currently T14 in the field -- but squared 11 bogeys (T50) and two doubles (T50). The 35-year-old struggled to find the surface on the weekend, hitting just 10 and nine greens in regulation, respectively, and at last check, ranked 45th in the field in GIR at 62.50 percent (45/72). Snedeker is not in next week's field at the Northern Trust Open and takes a break after five events in a six-week stretch that included finishes of T3-P2-Win.
Feb 14 - 4:58 PM

Defending champ Brandt Snedeker stalled out to an even-par 37-34=71 at the Monterey Peninsula CC on day two of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Snedeker began off No. 10 tee and went out in bogey-free 3-under before back-pedaling with a one birdie, two bogey and one double inward half. He's previously put up tournament scoring records here twice in his last three visits but in-between, had missed the scheduled 54-hole cut (low 60 and ties) in 2014. Sneds is more on the pace for the latter sitting T75 after two days (even-par 143) and heads to Pebble Beach GL for the third round. The 34-year-old has two-day totals of eight birdies, six bogeys and a double. He's a respectable T23 in greens in regulation (26/36), but his normally deadly flat stick is dragging down the party at 1.808 putts per GIR, T82 in the 156-man field.
Feb 12 - 7:45 PM

Brandt Snedeker readies for his ninth appearance and second title defense at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

The defending champ won last year's edition in record-setting 22-under 265 posting rounds of 64-67-67-67, breaking his own 72-hole record of 19-under 267 set in 2013. Unlike 2013, where he co-lead after 54 holes, Snedeker won last year coming from one back in the finale to win by three over Nick Watney -- who's not in this year's field. In his first AT&T defense back in 2014, he missed the scheduled 54-hole cut (by five) following rounds of 72-72-77. Interestingly enough, the 35-year-old's two wins at Pebble Beach are also his only top-10 finishes in eight appearances. He enters the week off a T33 last week at the Phoenix Open (67-71-74-68) ending a streak of T3-P2 and his six-stroke come-from-behind win at the Farmers two weeks ago.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Feb 9 - 8:20 PM

Brandt Snedeker signed for an even-par 35-36=71 after today's second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open for a two-day tally of 4-under 138, three off the pace of 36-hole clubhouse leader Hideki Matsuyama.

Snedeker chased an opening-67 with and up-and-down three-birdie against three-bogey showing in round two. He "saved" bogey (from 14'5") at the par-4 11th (his second hole) after his tee shot found the water left and bounced back from 4'2" at the par-5 13th. The 2013 WMPO runner-up added a three-footer at the par-5 15th before giving it right back with a failed sand save at 16, missing a 6'0" par putt. Nine straight pars followed -- without a scoring chance from inside 15 feet -- before exchanging birdie-3 (from 2'3") at the eighth with a failed scramble at the par-4 ninth. At the time he signed his card, he was T3 in greens in regulation (28/36) but 30th in putts per GIR.
Feb 5 - 4:40 PM

Brandt Snedeker kicked off his 10th Waste Management Phoenix Open in 4-under-par 32-35=67, two adrift of a trio in the clubhouse before play was suspended due to darkness.

Last week's Monday winner at the Farmers was steady throughout until back-to-back dropped shots on failed up-and-downs at the par-5 15th and the raucous par-3 16th. Up to that point, he had only missed one green (thru 14 holes), and was bogey-free 5-under. Snedeker did bounce back with birdie from 4'6" at the drivable par-4 17th to complete his scoring. Earlier, the 35-year-old and 2013 WMPO runner-up, converted par breakers on Nos. 3, 4, 6, 10 and 13, all from between four and 19 feet. He totaled seven (of 14) fairways and 15 greens in regulation.
Feb 4 - 9:27 PM