Wyndham Clark declared Pebble Beach winner after weather wipes out final day

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The 30-year-old American was six shots behind before hitting a 12-under-par 60 on Saturday.
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February 5, 2024
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Wyndham Clark has been declared the winner of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am after extensive wind and rain forced the PGA to cancel the final day of play.

The 30-year-old American was six shots behind before hitting a 12-under-par 60 on Saturday to take the lead on the third day.

He finished on 17-under par, one shot clear of Sweden’s Ludvig Aberg and two shots ahead of France’s Matthieu Pavon after 54 holes.

The storm affecting the Monterey Peninsula had postponed the final round to Monday, but a statement from the PGA Tour late on Sunday said after consulting the Monterey County emergency authorities and out of an “abundance of caution” for spectators and players, there would be no further play.

In a press conference call on Sunday, Clark said: “It’s pretty surreal right now.

“It’s maybe not the way you dream of winning.

“With that said, a lot of us yesterday had, not that we knew, but we definitely had this outside shot and thinking that maybe this is our last round.

It was Clark’s third win in nine months after winning his first major at the US Open last year.

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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AM 2024

Date: February 1st - 4th 2024

Location: Pebble Beach Golf Links & Spyglass Hill Golf Course, Pebble Beach, California

Purse: $20,000,000

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