Snedeker Wins Pebble Beach Pro-Am
(PEBBLE BEACH, Calif.) -- Brandt Snedeker is starting to put it all together.
Snedeker finished off a win at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Sunday with a 7-under 65, shooting 19-under 267 to break the tournament record.
"Just hard to put into words, to have a stretch of golf like I had the last couple of months," Snedeker said after the win. "Something you dream about. Something you think that you can do, but you don't really know until you actually put it together. And I have."
Snedeker won the Tour Championship at the end of last season, played in the Ryder Cup and now owns the No. 4 ranking in the world.
The 32 year-old now has six finishes in the top three out of his last nine tournaments. "I definitely didn't want to do anything but win today," he said. "I was out there for one purpose and one purpose only, and I was extremely focused all day."
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