PEBBLE BEACH, CA (February 12, 2017) -- Ken Duke and TV host Carson Daly overcame a one-stroke deficit at the start of the final round to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. For the second consecutive day Duke and Daly combined for a 9-under 63 with Sunday's round propelling them to 33 under finish and a two-stroke victory.
Kevin Streelman and Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald finished second at 31 under as the top two spots of the Pro-Am leaderboard was comprised of past Traveler Championship winners.
Duke won the event in 2013, his first and still only PGA Tour win, while Streelman claimed the title in 2014 by closing with seven straight birdies.
54-hole leaders Jordan Spieth and musician Jake Owen finished tied for third with Tony Finau and actor Josh Duhamel at 29 under and fifth place went to the 27 under Trey Mullinax and Fireman Capital Managing Partner Dan Fireman.
Spieth won the overall tournament title for his ninth career PGA Tour title.
DAY THREE RECAP
Propelled by AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am leader Jordan Spieth the team of Spieth and musician Jake Owen are leading the team portion of the tournament.
Following rounds of 67-61 Spieth and Owen combined for a third round 10-under 62 that pushed them to 25 under for the week. However, the lead is a slim as Ken Duke and TV host Carson Daly sit in second place at 24 under. During the third round Duke and Daly put together a 9-under 63 tally.
Tony Finau and actor Josh Duhamel are in third place at 22 under while four teams are in fourth place at 21 under.
The fourth place group includes the pairings of Kevin Streelman and Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, Dustin Johnson and the great one Wayne Gretzky.
DAY TWO RECAP
With second round play suspended due to fog Jordan Spieth and country singer Jake Owen share the second round AT&T Pebble Beach lead with Grayson Murray and Panos Panay. Second round play will resume on all three courses at 7:30 a.m. PST with the third round to follow.
On day two Spieth and Owen moved 34 spots up the leaderboard following an 11-under 61 at Spyglass Hill that brought them to 15 under.
Murray and Microsoft Corporate Vice President reached 15 under with still four holes in a second round that has already seen them go 7 under.
Overnight leaders Matt Every and Pete Hamill, the Chairman & CEO of Oakwood Homes are 14 under and in a tie for third place with four holes still to go in their second round at Pebble Beach.
Every and Hamill are sharing third with Tony Finau and actor Josh Duhamel. Through 11 holes the duo has put together an 8-under round at Spyglass Hill.
ROUND ONE RECAP
With the first round suspended due to inclement weather the pairing of Matt Every and Patrick Hamill are 10 under and leading the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Tee times were pushed up an hour on Thursday but still the winds and rain came preventing day one play from concluding.
Every and Hamill, the Chairman & CEO of Oakwood Homes, played their Thursday round at Spyglass Hill in 62 shots and they were part of roughly half the field to complete their first round.
The second place slot is being held by Joel Dahmen and retired Glencore International AG Chairmen Willy Strothotte. Like the leaders they played Spyglass Hill turning in an 8-under 64 tally.
Two teams are currently tied for third at 7 under while an additional 12 teams are sharing fifth at 6 under.
D.A. Points and Bill Murray are currently tied for 28th after a strong first round 4-under 68 at Spyglass Hill.
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