AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2022 (CV-98) + Iron Sets in Stock
Date Posted:8 February 2022
Hoge crushes Pebble
Driver: Titleist TSi3 (9°)
Fujikura Ventus Black 6 X
3-wood: Titleist TS2 (13.5°)
Fujikura Atmos Tour Spec Blue 8 X
Hybrid: Titleist 913Hd (18°)
Fujikura Speeder 904HB X
Irons: Titleist 620 CB (4), 620 MB (5-PW)
Project X 6.5
Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM8 (52°, 56°)
True Temper DG Tour Issue S400
Putter: Odyssey White Hot OG 2-Ball
Ball: Titleist Pro V1
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The PGA tour played the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California. Soon after turning pro back in 2011, Tom Hoge (-19) won his first and only pro title in Canada. Starting the final day in a tie for the lead the 32 year old American fired four birdies coming home and after a par on the final hole and an eleven year grind he finally had his first PGA title. See some round four highlights here. After racing up the leaderboard with a 63 on Saturday, Jordan Spieth (-17) was right in the mix but a late bogey left him alone in second. Fellow American and joint overnight leader Beau Hossler (-16) needed an eagle on the final hole to force a playoff but it wasn't to be and he ended up solo third. Sharing fourth place were Troy Merritt (-15) and Patrick Cantlay. The only Australian to make the 54 hole cut was Jason Day (-9).
In the Pro-Am, Taylor Moore (-33) and Kyle Adams (President of RKA Investments) took the title. In second place were Doc Redman (-32) and Michael Pena (actor) followed by Mackenzie Hughes (-30) and Alex Smith (ex NFL). Winner Tom Hoge (-28) and Brent Handler (CEO of Inspirato) were tied fourth.
|The European tour played the Ras al Khaimah Championship at the Al Hamra GC in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE. Starting the day with a three shot lead, Nicolai Højgaard (-24) had a few nervous moments after being caught early in the back nine. However the 20 year old from Denmark came home with three birdies and an eagle to grab a four shot second tour title - one win behind his twin brother Rasmus. Seven shots back at the start of the day, England's Jordan Smith (-20) was tied for the lead after the 12th hole but could not keep up the pace and settled for solo second. Sharing third place three shots back were China's Haotong Li (-17), Austria's Lukas Nemecz, Frenchman Matthieu Pavon and Adrian Otaegui from Spain. Australians in the field were Maverick Antcliff (-10) and Jason Scrivener (-5).|
|The Korn Ferry tour played the Panama Championship at the Panama GC in Panama City, Panama. Known as one of the toughest courses on tour with consistently high scoring averages, shooting subpar was going to be a bonus. In only his tenth start on tour, 27 year old Carson Young (-8) from the USA made the fewest mistakes on the final day and closed with a 68 to claim his maiden victory. Sharing second place were Carl Yuan (-7) from China and American duo Brandon Matthews and Jimmy Stanger. Sharing fifth place were Erik Barnes (-5) from the USA, compatriot Zack Fischer, England's Ben Taylor and China's Zecheng Dou. Aussies making the cut were Harrison Endycott (+1) and Rhein Gibson (+5).|
The Asian tour played the Saudi International at the Royal Greens Golf and Country Club in King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia. With his only victory coming at the Australian PGA back in 2016, Harold Varner III (-13) had a one shot lead at the start of the day. Needing a birdie on the final hole to force a playoff, the 31 year old drained a 90 foot bomb for eagle and claimed his maiden Asian tour title. See some final round highlights here. Playing a few groups ahead, fellow American Bubba Watson (-12) had also eagled the 18th for a closing 64 and was in the clubhouse getting ready for a playoff but had to be content with second. Spaniard Adria Arnaus (-10) was alone in third place. Australia's Cameron Smith (-9) had a great week and shared fourth place alongside Englishman Steve Lewton. Other Aussies making the weekend cut were Brad Kennedy (-6), Wade Ormsby (-4), Lucas Herbert (-3), Marc Leishman (-1), Andrew Dodt (+1) and Louis James Dobbelaar (+4).
|The LPGA held the Drive On Championship at Crown Colony Golf & Country Club in Fort Myers, Florida. After a flawless 65 in round two, Leona Maguire (-18) started the final day in a tie for the lead. The 27 year old didn't look at the leaderboard until the 18th hole and after her closing 67 she captured her maiden LPGA tour title and the first by an Irishwoman. Alone in second place was Lexi Thompson (-15) from the USA followed by compatriot Sarah Schmelzel (-14). After firing a perfect 63, China's Xi Yu Lin (-13) tied for fourth place along with Thailand's Patty Tavatanakit Paphangkorn and American trio Brittany Altomare, Marina Alex and Stacy Lewis. The only Aussie girl to make the weekend cut was Su Oh (-5).|
|The Australasian and WPGA tours jointly held the TPS Victoria Hosted by Geoff Ogilvy at the Rosebud CC on a composite course in Rosebud, Victoria. After his last victory in 2017 at the Myanmar Open and coming back from a severe back injury, Todd Sinnott (-20) started the final day in a tie for the lead. The 29 year old from Kooringal GC in Melbourne closed with a par for 66 and his first victory on home soil. See some final round highlights here. Sharing second place one shot back were New South Welshman Daniel Gale (-19) and Queenslander Anthony Quayle. Alone in fourth place was Blake Collyer (-18) followed by fellow Victorian Cameron John (-17). Next in line was the first of the girls with Welshwoman Lydia Hall (-16) in a tie for sixth place followed by New Zealand's Momoka Kobori (-15). In a tie for twelfth place were fellow Aussies Grace Kim (-14) and Whitney Hillier.|
|Next week the PGA tour will head to Arizona for the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Brooks Koepka will return to TPC Scottsdale to defend his title. Keep an eye out for Hideki Matsuyama, Jordan Spieth, Jon Rahm, Viktor Hovland, Patrick Cantlay, Justin Thomas, Seamus Power, Xander Schauffele, Garrick Higgo, Daniel Berger, Anirban Lahiri, Bubba Watson, Louis Oosthuizen, Charles Howell III and Abraham Ancer. Aussies in the field will be Cameron Davis, Lucas Herbert, Craig Hocknull, Matt Jones and Adam Scott.|
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