Lebioda takes lead with career-low score

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February 3, 2023
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Hank Lebioda finished his round before the wind picked up and the temperature dropped and shot a career-high nine birdies in his first round at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am to equal his career-low round on the PGA Tour with an 8-under 63 at Monterey Peninsula.

"This would be eight courses in three weeks for us," said the American. "Three courses in Palm Springs, two last week in San Diego and three this week. So the best thing you can do is take care of yourself, relax and make sure you're good to go."

He holds the lead for the first time after any round in his 102nd Tour start.

"Felt like everything [went right], to be honest with you. No, hit a lot of great iron shots. I made the putts when I was close. It was just a nice day. It was a really nice day.

"For probably the last couple weeks or so I felt like my putting had really turned a corner. Even though I may not have shown the results. But I felt more confident standing over the ball. I liked what I was looking at visually standing over it. I knew it was just a matter of time. So today fortunately it was one of the days where quite a few of 'em did go in. Not every day is like that. I was glad I was able to take advantage of it today."

England's Harry Hall shot 64 at Monterey Peninsula, including a run of five straight birdies from the 3rd, for a share of second place at 7-under alongside Americans Kurt Kitayama (MP) and Chad Ramey (Pebble Beach).

"The birdie streak on the front was pretty cool because I think I went bogey and then had a par on the second hole and then had five in a row. So it was really good," said Hall. "Coming down the last two holes it started to blow 45 miles an hour. It was crazy. Happy to get in at 7-under today."

2017 champion and AT&T ambassador Jordan Spieth opened with a 1-under 71 at Spyglass Hill.

"It was really bizarre the last four holes or so with the wind," he said. "It went from nothing to flipping and then blowing about 25 out of nowhere the other direction than the forecast. That throws us through a big loop when you're prepping for something and you got to make the adjustment.

"But I had a good last three holes and that always kind of puts a smile on your face."

Pos.PlayerTo ParR1
1Hank Lebioda (MP)-863
T2Kurt Kitayama (MP)-764
T2Chad Ramey (PB)-765
T2Harry Hall (MP)-764
T5Martin Trainer (MP)-665
T5Eric Cole (MP)-665
T5Aaron Baddeley (MP)-665
T8Scott Stallings (PB)-567
T8Ben Martin (MP)-566
T8Kyle Westmoreland (PB)-567
T8Keith Mitchell (SH)-567
T8Harry Higgs (MP)-566
T13Joseph Bramlett (SH)-468
T13Lucas Glover (MP)-467
T13Ryan Moore (MP)-467
T13Richy Werenski (PB)-468
T13Nick Hardy (PB)-468
T13Sam Stevens (PB)-468
T13Kevin Yu (PB)-468
T13Augusto Núñez (MP)-467
T13Luke Donald (PB)-468
T13Robert Garrigus (MP)-467
T13Greg Chalmers (MP)-467
T24Satoshi Kodaira (PB)-369
T24Matthew NeSmith (PB)-369
T24Greyson Sigg (PB)-369
T24Adam Schenk (MP)-368
T24Michael Kim (MP)-368
T24David Lingmerth (SH)-369
T24Brandon Wu (SH)-369
T24Brian Gay (MP)-368
T24Sean O'Hair (PB)-369
T24Garrick Higgo (SH)-369
T24MJ Daffue (SH)-369
T24Brent Grant (MP)-368
T24Justin Rose (PB)-369
T24Denny McCarthy (PB)-369
T24Nick Taylor (MP)-368
T24Nico Echavarria (MP)-368
T24Ben Crane (PB)-369
T24Beau Hossler (MP)-368
T24Will Gordon (PB)-369
T24Russell Knox (PB)-369
T24J.B. Holmes (MP)-368
T24Carson Young (PB)-369
T24Andrew Novak (MP)-368
T47Nick Watney (PB)-270
T47David Lipsky (PB)-270
T47Austin Cook (MP)-269
T47Paul Haley II (PB)-270
T47Tano Goya (PB)-270
T47Sung Kang (PB)-270
T47Byeong Hun An (MP)-269
T47Charley Hoffman (SH)-270
T47Geoff Ogilvy (PB)-270
T47Viktor Hovland (SH)-270
T47Scott Harrington (PB)-270
T47Brendon Todd (SH)-270
T47Dean Burmester (SH)-270
T47Dylan Wu (MP)-269
T61Tom Hoge (PB)-171
T61Peter Malnati (SH)-171
T61Cody Gribble (SH)-171
T61Maverick McNealy (SH)-171
T61Davis Riley (PB)-171
T61Fabián Gómez (MP)-170
T61Jordan Spieth (SH)-171
T61Ryan Armour (PB)-171
T61Danny Willett (SH)-171
T61Matt Fitzpatrick (SH)-171
T61Brandon Matthews (MP)-170
T61Taylor Pendrith (SH)-171
T61Zac Blair (SH)-171
T61Taylor Moore (PB)-171
T61Andrew Putnam (MP)-170
T61Thomas Detry (SH)-171
T61Vincent Norrman (SH)-171
T61Tyson Alexander (SH)-171
T79Grayson Murray (PB)Par72
T79Paul O'Hara (MP)Par71
T79Carl Yuan (SH)Par72
T79Wesley Bryan (PB)Par72
T79Doug Ghim (MP)Par71
T79Kevin Chappell (SH)Par72
T79Jonas Blixt (PB)Par72
T79Kelly Kraft (PB)Par72
T79Austin Smotherman (MP)Par71
T79Ben Taylor (MP)Par71
T79Matt Kuchar (SH)Par72
T79Michael Gligic (PB)Par72
T79Max McGreevy (MP)Par71
T79Jason Dufner (PB)Par72
T79Webb Simpson (MP)Par71
T79Jimmy Walker (PB)Par72
T79S.Y. Noh (PB)Par72
T79Seamus Power (SH)Par72
T79Trevor Werbylo (PB)Par72
T79Marcel Siem (SH)Par72
T99Ted Potter, Jr. (SH)-173
T99Nate Lashley (PB)-173
T99Mark Hubbard (SH)-173
T99Lanto Griffin (SH)-173
T99Ben Silverman (SH)-173
T99Arjun Atwal (PB)-173
T99Jonathan Byrd (SH)-173
T99Rory Sabbatini (MP)-172
T99Andrew Landry (MP)-172
T99Henrik Norlander (SH)-173
T99Camilo Villegas (SH)-173
T99Robby Shelton (PB)-173
T99Matthias Schwab (MP)-172
T99Callum Tarren (PB)-173
T99Austin Eckroat (MP)-172
T99Scott Brown (MP)-172
T99Adam Long (MP)-172
T99Anders Albertson (MP)-172
T117Kyle Stanley (PB)-274
T117Zecheng Dou (PB)-274
T117Ryan Palmer (SH)-274
T117Brian Stuard (MP)-273
T117Bo Van Pelt (MP)-273
T117Ben Griffin (PB)-274
T117Harrison Endycott (SH)-274
T117Tom Johnson (PB)-274
T117Bill Haas (PB)-274
T117Doc Redman (SH)-274
T117RJ Manke (PB)-274
T117Justin Lower (PB)-274
T117S.H. Kim (MP)-273
T130Cameron Percy (MP)-374
T130Scott Piercy (MP)-374
T130Alex Smalley (SH)-375
T130Matti Schmid (MP)-374
T130Charles Porter (SH)-375
T130Trey Mullinax (PB)-375
T130Kevin Streelman (MP)-374
T130D.A. Points (SH)-375
T130Chris Stroud (SH)-375
T130Kevin Tway (PB)-375
T130Joel Dahmen (SH)-375
T130Kevin Roy (SH)-375
T142Brice Garnett (MP)-475
T142Erik van Rooyen (SH)-476
T142John Pak (SH)-476
T142William McGirt (SH)-476
T142Chesson Hadley (SH)-476
T142Kevin Kisner (SH)-476
T142Trevor Cone (MP)-475
T149Erik Barnes (MP)-576
T149Troy Merritt (SH)-577
T151Dylan Frittelli (SH)-678
T151James Hahn (SH)-678
153Garett Reband (SH)-779
T154Tommy Gainey (PB)-880
T154Ryan Brehm (MP)-879
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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2023

Date: February 2nd - 5th 2023

Location: Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill Golf Course, Monterey Peninsula, Pebble Beach, California

Purse: $9,000,000

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