AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am R3

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Trio tied for lead, Spieth in contention
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February 6, 2022
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Pebble Beach 2022 R3
February 03-06
Pebble Beach Golf Links,
Spyglass Hill GC &
Monterey Peninsula CC, California
Round 1, Round 2, Round 4

Estimated reading time: 11 minutes

First round leader Tom Hoge (USA) is back in a tie for the lead at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am after carding a bogey-free 68 to reach 14-under at Spyglass Hill on Saturday.

Pebble Beach 2022 R3

"I guess first off I just love being at Spyglass I always enjoy playing there. It's usually the first nine holes I go play is the back nine at Spyglass when I show up here. But it's a hard golf course, I knew it was going to be a challenge today that some of the leaders had the easier golf courses, so I had to make some birdies to keep pace there."

"My game feels good, I was just in the final group in Palm Springs a couple weeks ago, so that helps being in that situation. I've just, my goal coming into the year was try to put myself in this position a little bit more and here we are another chance.

"So just got to go out and just play well again. I certainly felt a lot more comfortable in Palm Springs being there and played well down the stretch so hopefully that can carry forward here."

Pebble Beach 2022 R3

Andrew Putnam (USA) had a tricky front nine at Pebble Beach (having started on the 10th) including a double bogey at the par-4 13th and closed with a 68 for his share of the lead.

"It was pretty ugly that first nine," said Putnam. "You know, it was a really bad start, a 3-putt, kind of a stupid mistake and then kind of got a bad break, ball got kind of buried up in a lip. So it can happen out here.

"And kind of kept it in play and started hitting some good shots and the putter started working pretty good on that front side. I had five or six birdies in a row and so that got me back in the tournament."

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Beau Hossler (USA), also playing Pebble Beach, went bogey-free with a 65 to join the top of the leaderboard.

"Pebble can give and take so quickly, right? I was glad to be on the receiving end today," said Hossler. "I hit it well, played really conservatively, frankly, as even though it might not look like it and was fortunate to not have any misses really get me in significant trouble. It was as fairly stress free as you can be around here. I think I hit obviously a lot of greens and when I did miss the greens it was in a pretty decent spot.

"So the margins are thin at Pebble, greens are small and they're getting pretty firm. So I was lucky to give myself some good looks today and I rolled the putter beautifully."

Jordan Spieth (USA) shot a career-low 63 at Pebble beach to move up from ten shots behind overnight leader Power to fourth place one-shot behind the leaders, joining Patrick Cantlay (USA, 68) and a bogey-free Joel Dahmen (USA, 66).

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Spieth's round including a hair-raising moment when his tee shot at the 8th almost went over the edge of a 60-foot cliff leaving him with a difficult lie.

"I was asking the cameraman behind if it went into the water and the marshal said it went in the hazard. The cameraman said it's maybe playable but it's past the hazard line and I know obviously what that means.

"I didn't realize the severity until I got up to it. As I walked up to it I felt myself like I was walking and then I started walking like this (Indicating), you know like falling back walking, just to get to the edge.

"And then it was like -- it's so weird because if you can normally see the ball, like I never had a situation where you can see a ball, get a swing on it, but you're not going to play it. So it was just kind of weird because it was like, Well if I can get a swing on it and I can hit it then why would I take a drop? Like just whenever, you're never over, I guess I saw a 65-foot cliff. So it's an unusual situation, normally if you're walking into a hazard, you see a ball, you hit it out."

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"Michael hated it. He tried to talk me out of it three times. I don't blame him, looking back. I'm just glad I made the par to make it worth it, because I don't think I would have made par with a drop, but if I made bogey it would have really not been worth it.

"But yeah, I mean it was, I was more like, it was more of a nervous and adrenaline hitting it and then when I got to the green as I was walking there it was more of like an anxiety feeling afterwards, luckily it wasn't before. But, yeah, I mean if I had, I think I'll hit less club tomorrow."

Power (IRE) made six bogeys at Monterey Peninsula and closed with a 74, moving down to seventh place at 13-under.

Pebble Beach 2022 R3

Pos.PlayerTo ParR1R2R3Total
T1Beau Hossler (PB)-15706565200
T1Andrew Putnam (PB)-15656768200
T1Tom Hoge (SH)-15636968200
T4Patrick Cantlay (PB)-14656868201
T4Joel Dahmen (SH)-14716466201
T4Jordan Spieth (PB)-14687063201
7Seamus Power (MP)-13646474202
T8Jason Day (SH)-11686670204
T8Denny McCarthy (MP)-11687066204
T10Dylan Frittelli (PB)-10696868205
T10Greyson Sigg (PB)-10676870205
T10Bo Van Pelt (PB)-10677068205
T10Matt Fitzpatrick (SH)-10696769205
T10Sean O'Hair (SH)-10676771205
T10Troy Merritt (MP)-10686770205
T10Keith Mitchell (PB)-10696868205
T17Satoshi Kodaira (MP)-9686771206
T17J.J. Spaun (PB)-9727064206
T17Pat Perez (SH)-9706769206
T17David Lipsky (SH)-9676772206
T21Kelly Kraft (MP)-8686772207
T21Justin Rose (PB)-8706770207
T21Brendon Todd (SH)-8686970207
T21Mackenzie Hughes (PB)-8716967207
T21Mark Hubbard (MP)-8727065207
T21Davis Riley (SH)-8697068207
T21Mark Baldwin (MP)-8697266207
T21Lanto Griffin (PB)-8697365207
T21Nick Taylor (SH)-8696969207
T21Jonathan Byrd (PB)-8667269207
T21Peter Malnati (PB)-8677169207
T21Christiaan Bezuidenhout (PB)-8717066207
T33Ryan Moore (PB)-7667369208
T33Austin Smotherman (SH)-7656875208
T33Adam Hadwin (MP)-7726868208
T33Nate Lashley (SH)-7686971208
T33Taylor Moore (SH)-7686971208
T33Ryan Armour (MP)-7736867208
T33Taylor Pendrith (SH)-7706969208
T33Hayden Buckley (MP)-7716473208
T41Jonas Blixt (PB)-6647273209
T41Camilo Villegas (PB)-6677270209
T41Curtis Thompson (SH)-6696773209
T41Russell Knox (SH)-6706970209
T41Tyler Duncan (MP)-6686873209
T41Trey Mullinax (PB)-6707168209
T41Adam Svensson (SH)-6696377209
T41Seth Reeves (MP)-6717068209
T41Vaughn Taylor (MP)-6687269209
T41Luke Donald (MP)-6716870209
T41Maverick McNealy (PB)-6697268209
T41Robert Garrigus (SH)-6746570209
T41Seung-Yul Noh (MP)-6717266209
T41Chris Stroud (PB)-6697169209
T41Matthias Schwab (MP)-6726275209
T41Sung Kang (MP)-6707168209
T57Scott Gutschewski (MP)-5697368210
T57Austin Cook (SH)-5706674210
T57Dylan Wu (SH)-5696972210
T57Ben Kohles (SH)-5687072210
T57Doc Redman (PB)-5667173210
T57Johnson Wagner (MP)-5757065210
T57Brian Stuard (MP)-5727068210
T57Jimmy Walker (SH)-5706674210
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MDFGrayson Murray-4696973211
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MDFBill Haas-4667768211
MDFBrandon Hagy-4746671211
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MDFD.J. Trahan-4697171211
MDFAaron Rai-4727168211
MDFWyndham Clark-4687172211
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MDFChan Kim-4707170211
MDFSahith Theegala-4696874211
CUTChez Reavie-3727268212
CUTScott Stallings-3676877212
CUTMichael Thompson-3737168212
CUTRicky Barnes-3726971212
CUTBrandon Wu-2726972213
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CUTVince Whaley-2736575213
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CUTKiradech Aphibarnrat-2687570213
CUTChris Kirk-2747069213
CUTKevin Tway-2707073213
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CUTNick Hardy-2717270213
CUTMin Woo Lee-1697570214
CUTMatt Kuchar-1717172214
CUTScott Brown-1717073214
CUTAlex Smalley-1717568214
CUTLee Hodges-1707767214
CUTGreg Chalmers-1736675214
CUTStewart Cink-1727369214
CUTMito Pereira-1707173214
CUTChesson HadleyPar697670215
CUTJared WolfePar736874215
CUTPatrick RodgersPar727172215
CUTBrandon HarkinsPar717272215
CUTJim KnousPar707174215
CUTBronson Burgoon+1727272216
CUTPeter Uihlein+1687573216
CUTDavid Skinns+1697176216
CUTDavis Love III+1727470216
CUTJohn Murphy+1756972216
CUTBrice Garnett+1707175216
CUTKevin Streelman+1677772216
CUTJustin Lower+1687573216
CUTCameron Percy+2737074217
CUTCameron Champ+2737668217
CUTBen Crane+2737371217
CUTKevin Kisner+2697672217
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CUTChase Seiffert+2717175217
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