AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am R4

Daniel Berger wins fourth PGA title

February 11-14
Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, California
Spyglass Hill Golf Course, Pebble Beach, California
$7,800,000
Round 1, Round 2, Round 3




Daniel Berger started his final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am with an eagle at the par-4 second hole and made four birdies and a single bogey at the par-4 8th to reach the par-5 18th tied for the lead and needing a birdie to win.


Having gone out of bounds with his drive there on Saturday he determined he was going down swinging. He hit a driver into the fairway and followed it with a 3-wood from 253 yards to 30 feet.before sinking a tricky putt for his fourth eagle of the tournament to finish with a 65 at 18-under for his fourth PGA title.

“I’ve been in this situation before, coming down the last hole, having to hit a good shot,” said Berger. “Sometimes it goes your way, sometimes it doesn’t, but you really have to be bold, and I feel like I did that today.



“I think the biggest thing is playing fearlessly. You can step up there and be concerned with all the different outcomes and all the different places that ball can go, but in the end it’s just golf, it’s just a golf shot and if you can step up there and kind of free your mind and be fearless, then you have such a better opportunity to hit a good shot.”

“To step up there and hit a great drive and then one of the best 3-woods I’ve ever hit in my life, and then to make that putt is just as good as it gets for me,” said Berger.


Maverick McNealy produced five birdies on the back nine for a 66 and finished second, his best result on Tour so far.

“I had the adrenaline pumping coming down the stretch there and feelings that I hadn’t really felt on the golf course in a little while, trying to close this out and give myself a chance,” said McNealy.

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Having started his round with a two-shot lead, Jordan Spieth bogeyed the par-4 3rd and par-3 5th and made two birdies on the front nine to make the turn in 36. He fired another bogey at the par-5 14th and three more birdies to close with a 70 and tied for third place at 15-under alongside first round leader Patrick Cantlay who closed with a 68.

“Really it was just a really poor first six holes. And out here, that’s where you can score,” said Spieth. “I needed to be a couple under through six, and I was 1-over. And really, that was the difference.”

Nate Lashley, leader at 16-under after a birdie at the 11th, was tied for the lead with Berger with three holes to play when he missed the green from 152 yards at the 16th and four-putted from 13 feet for a triple bogey. He closed with a 69 and tied for fifth with Paul Casey.





Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
Daniel Berger
-18
67
66
72
65
270
2
Maverick McNealy
-16
68
69
69
66
272
T3
Patrick Cantlay
-15
62
73
70
68
273
T3
Jordan Spieth
-15
65
67
71
70
273
T5
Paul Casey
-14
68
67
71
68
274
T5
Nate Lashley
-14
65
72
68
69
274
T7
Charley Hoffman
-13
69
72
68
66
275
T7
Cameron Tringale
-13
67
72
69
67
275
T7
Max Homa
-13
69
70
68
68
275
T7
Jason Day
-13
69
69
68
69
275
T7
Russell Knox
-13
66
70
69
70
275
12
Tom Hoge
-12
67
70
68
71
276
13
Kevin Streelman
-11
69
72
67
69
277
T14
Cameron Davis
-10
74
67
69
68
278
T14
Tom Lewis
-10
66
69
74
69
278
T16
Chez Reavie
-9
74
67
71
67
279
T16
Chris Kirk
-9
69
73
70
67
279
T16
Troy Merritt
-9
71
69
71
68
279
T16
Matthew NeSmith
-9
74
67
70
68
279
T16
Brian Stuard
-9
66
71
69
73
279
T21
Doug Ghim
-8
69
72
71
68
280
T21
Vaughn Taylor
-8
67
73
71
69
280
T21
Jim Furyk
-8
71
69
71
69
280
T21
Cameron Percy
-8
67
70
73
70
280
T21
Will Gordon
-8
66
73
68
73
280
T26
Ryan Moore
-7
68
73
70
70
281
T26
Pat Perez
-7
69
72
72
68
281
T26
Jason Dufner
-7
68
71
70
72
281
T26
Henrik Norlander
-7
64
70
74
73
281
T30
Scott Brown
-6
69
70
74
69
282
T30
Tim Wilkinson
-6
67
74
69
72
282
T30
Scott Stallings
-6
69
71
70
72
282
T30
Akshay Bhatia
-6
64
73
72
73
282
T34
Brendan Steele
-5
69
72
71
71
283
T34
Brian Gay
-5
70
72
69
72
283
T34
Michael Thompson
-5
67
74
71
71
283
T34
Matt Jones
-5
67
72
73
71
283
T34
Branden Grace
-5
71
69
73
70
283
T39
Hank Lebioda
-4
70
70
72
72
284
T39
Nick Taylor
-4
69
71
72
72
284
T39
Sam Burns
-4
72
70
69
73
284
T39
John Senden
-4
70
69
72
73
284
T39
Brian Harman
-4
67
74
70
73
284
T39
Kyle Stanley
-4
70
70
73
71
284
T39
Rob Oppenheim
-4
72
70
72
70
284
T39
Patton Kizzire
-4
69
70
76
69
284
T47
Beau Hossler
-3
72
70
68
75
285
T47
Bronson Burgoon
-3
68
72
75
70
285
T47
Ryan Armour
-3
70
73
74
68
285
T50
Vincent Whaley
-2
68
71
73
74
286
T50
Scott Piercy
-2
69
74
69
74
286
T50
Josh Teater
-2
69
74
70
73
286
T50
Ben Taylor
-2
68
72
75
71
286
T50
Jhonattan Vegas
-2
72
71
74
69
286
T55
Sebastian Cappelen
-1
75
65
73
74
287
T55
Mark Hubbard
-1
66
74
73
74
287
T55
Andrew Putnam
-1
72
70
76
69
287
T55
Will Zalatoris
-1
69
74
75
69
287
59
Francesco Molinari
E
69
70
76
73
288
T60
Peter Uihlein
1
69
72
73
75
289
T60
Joel Dahmen
1
71
71
75
72
289
T60
Zack Sucher
1
72
71
76
70
289
T63
Sung Kang
2
73
68
76
73
290
T63
Joseph Bramlett
2
73
70
76
71
290
65
C.T. Pan
3
70
72
74
75
291
66
Scott Harrington
4
72
71
76
73
292
67
Wes Roach
5
71
71
74
77
293
CUT
Denny McCarthy
E
72
72
144
CUT
Harold Varner III
E
69
75
144
CUT
Bo Hoag
E
71
73
144
CUT
Aaron Baddeley
E
70
74
144
CUT
Seamus Power
E
72
72
144
CUT
Adam Long
E
72
72
144
CUT
Satoshi Kodaira
E
74
70
144
CUT
Si Woo Kim
E
68
76
144
CUT
Fabián Gómez
E
74
70
144
CUT
D.J. Trahan
E
69
75
144
CUT
Mark Anderson
E
69
75
144
CUT
Jimmy Walker
E
73
71
144
CUT
Ted Potter, Jr.
E
73
71
144
CUT
Austin Cook
E
71
73
144
CUT
Patrick Rodgers
E
72
72
144
CUT
Roberto Castro
E
71
73
144
CUT
Hunter Mahan
E
67
77
144
CUT
Nelson Ledesma
E
71
73
144
CUT
Ryan Blaum
1
74
71
145
CUT
Kelly Kraft
1
73
72
145
CUT
Martin Trainer
1
72
73
145
CUT
Luke Donald
1
69
76
145
CUT
Michael Kim
1
71
74
145
CUT
Xinjun Zhang
1
73
72
145
CUT
Davis Riley
1
74
71
145
CUT
Brandon Hagy
1
67
78
145
CUT
Rory Sabbatini
1
70
75
145
CUT
Harry Higgs
1
75
70
145
CUT
Kevin Chappell
1
72
73
145
CUT
Peter Malnati
1
73
72
145
CUT
Chris Baker
1
72
73
145
CUT
Roger Sloan
1
74
71
145
CUT
Ryan Brehm
1
73
72
145
CUT
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
1
73
72
145
CUT
Sean O’Hair
2
73
73
146
CUT
Sangmoon Bae
2
74
72
146
CUT
Brice Garnett
2
71
75
146
CUT
Bill Haas
2
70
76
146
CUT
Tom Lehman
2
73
73
146
CUT
Kevin Stadler
2
71
75
146
CUT
Tyler Duncan
2
72
74
146
CUT
D.A. Points
2
72
74
146
CUT
Rafael Campos
2
74
72
146
CUT
Chesson Hadley
2
68
78
146
CUT
Tyler McCumber
2
72
74
146
CUT
K.J. Choi
3
72
75
147
CUT
Rickie Fowler
3
72
75
147
CUT
Seung-Yul Noh
3
73
74
147
CUT
Michael Gellerman
3
72
75
147
CUT
Rhein Gibson
3
76
71
147
CUT
Johnson Wagner
3
77
70
147
CUT
David Hearn
3
73
74
147
CUT
Ben Martin
3
75
72
147
CUT
Shawn Stefani
3
76
71
147
CUT
J.B. Holmes
3
71
76
147
CUT
Jonathan Byrd
4
74
74
148
CUT
Andrew Landry
4
72
76
148
CUT
Rod Pampling
4
73
75
148
CUT
Grayson Murray
4
73
75
148
CUT
Stewart Cink
4
74
74
148
CUT
Ricky Barnes
4
75
73
148
CUT
Rafa Cabrera Bello
4
73
75
148
CUT
Dominic Bozzelli
4
78
70
148
CUT
Andy Ogletree
4
73
75
148
CUT
Chase Seiffert
5
73
76
149
CUT
Min Woo Lee
5
76
73
149
CUT
James Hahn
5
73
76
149
CUT
Jim Herman
5
68
81
149
CUT
Keith Mitchell
5
74
75
149
CUT
Kristoffer Ventura
5
73
76
149
CUT
Michael Gligic
5
75
74
149
CUT
Nick Watney
6
74
76
150
CUT
Adam Schenk
6
75
75
150
CUT
Alex Noren
6
74
76
150
CUT
Brandt Snedeker
6
74
76
150
CUT
Jim Knous
6
76
74
150
CUT
Sam Ryder
7
76
75
151
CUT
J.J. Spaun
7
75
76
151
CUT
David Duval
7
77
74
151
CUT
Kramer Hickok
8
75
77
152
CUT
Matt Gogel
9
77
76
153
CUT
Kevin Hall
9
73
80
153
CUT
Bo Van Pelt
9
77
76
153
CUT
Phil Mickelson
10
74
80
154
CUT
Greg Chalmers
11
72
83
155
CUT
Kenny Pigman
11
79
76
155
CUT
John Daly
13
80
77
157
CUT
Kamaiu Johnson
14
81
77
158
WD
Matt Every
E
77
58
135
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