Pebble Beach Pro-Am leaderboard



The Pebble Beach Pro-Am is one of the highest-profile tournaments on the PGA Tour due to its strong field and number of high-profile actors, sports stars and musicians playing on the amateur side of the draw.

American Jordan Spieth has not won a tournament since 2017 but the three-time major champion is feeling good.

Tony Romo is teeing it up again this week at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

"Sometimes that means results are coming soon, sometimes they're coming later, but they're coming", he added. "I'm not going to chase them as hard as I tried to maybe force or chase them past year because you can get hurt doing that".

Aussie Scott has three top-20 finishes in his past four starts, including a second-place showing at the Farmers Insurance Open.

Third-ranked Dustin Johnson, who won in 2009 and 2010 at Pebble in addition to finishing in a tie for second in 2014 and past year, has made the long trip back from the Middle East after claiming the Saudi International on Sunday with birdies on the last two holes.

Tyra Banks is opening a supermodel theme park in Santa Monica
Banks has been working on the venture for 10 years, and received funding from Santa Monica Place shopping center owner/operator Macerich and other investors.

"It's about how do I improve to get myself into contention this week and then what do I do next week and just staying very present and recognising the longevity of a career", Spieth said.

Tiger's win at Pebble that year marked the 17th of his career.

The 45-year-old became a global social media celebrity in June last year when footage went viral of Choi's colourful on-course antics at the Korean Open - including twists, turns and bows when reacting to his golf shots.

"If you ask Brad, I'm swinging the club really well and that confidence compounding over the next month could be really positive before the majors and big events this year", Scott said.

"If I think about it that way it it certainly makes me happier, frees me up a bit".

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