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Snedeker Dominates at Pebble, Summerhays Finishes 45th

Daniel Summerhays started his final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on the back nine at Pebble Beach and posted a two-under par 34 that put him in good shape for a high finish, but on the front nine (his second nine) he started with a bogey and finished with a bogey and slipped to a 45th place finish at nine under par. His tournament scores were 67 at Pebble, 67 at Monterey Peninsula, 72 at Spyglass Hill, and 72 in the final round at Pebble.

Brandt Snedeker ran away with the tournament title with a total domination of the three famous courses aside the Pacific Ocean.  He opened the tournament with a 64 on seven birdies and no bogeys on the Monterey Peninsula course. At Spyglass Hill, one of the most difficult courses on tour, he made five birdies with no bogeys.

In the third round at Pebble Beach he made his first bogey of the tournament on the third hole, but made six birdies. In the final round, also at Pebble Beach, he made five birdies and no bogeys. For the tournament he made 23 birdies and only one bogey.

Snedeker finished three shots ahead of second place Nick Watney.