PGA Tour Brunch AT&T Pebble Beach Final Round
@PGATourBrunch with its Final Round Preview of Pebble Beach
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Notebook:
Jordan Spieth is the first player since Dustin Johnson (2020) to hold the 54-hole lead/co-lead in consecutive weeks. Spieth is 9-of-17 on Tour with the 54-hole lead/co-lead, including 1-for-1 here at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Spieth holed-out for eagle with an 8-iron from 160 yards on the par-4 16th hole yesterday. During the first round, he holed out for an eagle-2 from 113 yards at No. 10.
Daniel Berger recorded his 25th consecutive score of par or better, the longest active streak on tour. Berger had a streak of 32 similar rounds during the 2019-20 season which ended in (R1) of the 2020 Memorial. Berger had only one bogey through 36 holes, the fewest in the current field but on Saturday, he posted even-par (72), including a double bogey on the par-5 18th hole.
Nate Lashley is T2 (-11) but bogeyed his final two holes to post a 4-under (68) as he seeks his second PGA Tour victory in his only his 71st start. He won at the 2019 Rocket Mortgage Classic.
Stanford University product Maverick McNealy is T-7 at (-10). He was assessed a one-stroke penalty on the fifth hole after it was deemed he caused his ball to move. McNealy went on to post a 3-under (69) and is only three strokes behind Spieth heading into today’s final round.
Max Homa became just the seventh player since 1983 to birdie all four par-3s at Pebble Beach Golf Links. Homa is T-11 with Will Gordon at (-9).
Tee It Up: Players will tee-off at 11:39am (ET)/8:39am (local) on the links of Pebble Beach. The leaders tee-off at 1:40pm (ET)/10:40am (local) time.
TEE TIMES: (link)
Editor’s Note: We’ll target 10:00am (ET) Sunday to preview the final round.
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Leaderboard After R-3
1. Jordan Spieth 65 (PB) 67 (SH) 71 (PB) 203 (-13)
T-2 Nate Lashley 65 (PB) 72 (SH) 68 (PB) 205 (-11)
T-2 Tom Hoge 67 (PB) 70 (SH) 68 (PB) 205 (-11)
T-2 Russell Knox 66 (PB) 70 (SH) 69 (PB) 205 (-11)
T-2 Patrick Cantlay 62 (PB) 73 (SH) 70 (PB) 205 (-11)
T-2 Daniel Berger 67 (SH) 66 (PB) 72 (PB) 205 (-11)
Full Leaderboard: (link)
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TV COVERAGE: Sunday, February 14: 1:00pm to 3:00pm (ET) on Golf Channel and 3:00pm to 6:30pm (ET) on CBS.
STREAMING: PGA Tour Live - Sunday (11:30am-3:00pm ET, PGA Tour Live will stream Featured Groups. Featured Holes will be streamed Sunday from 3:00pm to 6:30pm (ET).
PGA TOUR RADIO COVERAGE: Sunday, February 14: (1:00pm to 6:30pm (ET)) on Sirius XM Satellite Radio (PGA Tour Radio is available on Sirius 208/XM 92) or online on PGATour.com).
PGA TOUR TOURNAMENT SITE (link)
WEATHER: The weather report is always an important aspect of play the Pebble Beach and Sunday’s final round will be fine, but maybe a bit windy at times. Forecast is for mostly sunny skies at 8am-10am with winds at 6-12 mph. That will turn slightly to partly cloudy and winds at 8-20 mph in the afternoon. Temperatures in the mid-50s building to the 55-57-degree range when the leaders finish. The weather analytics call for 0% chance of rain for Sunday’s final round.
What They’re Saying:
Another Magical Saturday and Spieth in Position to Win (USA Today/Golf Week)
Spieth’s Consistency Shines at Pebble (PGATourCom)
Maverick McNealy Chasing First Tour Win at Pebble (PGATourCom)
Will PGA Tour Need a Ref for This Final Round Pairing? (Golf Digest)
On This Day in Golf History:
February 14, 1999 - Tiger Woods follow-ed up his third round (62) with a final round (65) to win the Buick Invitational over runner-up Billy Ray Brown. Woods made an eagle on the final hole at Torrey Pines. (Courtesy Randy Walker, Author of On This Day in Golf History, available via Amazon.com and by clicking HERE).
Jordan Spieth Holes-out from 160 Yards in R-3