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Golf: Pebble Beach Pro-Am scores

Clubhouse leaders during Saturday's darkness-halted third round of the $6.6 million Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on the par-72 Pebble Beach Golf Links, par-71 Monterey Peninsula, par-72 Spyglass Hill (12 players to finish third round Sunday morning, USA unless noted): 202 - Jimmy Walker 66-69-67 208 - Tim Wilkinson (NZL) 67-72-69, Hunter Mahan 68-68-72 209 - Richard Lee 65-72-72 210 - Phil Mickelson 66-73-71, Blake Adams 69-69-72, Kevin Na 72-68-70, Ryan Palmer 72-66-72, Pat Perez 69-70-71, Jim Renner 65-73-72

Loupe's two-shot lead holds up at Pebble Beach

(Reuters) - PGA Tour rookie Andrew Loupe's overnight lead of two shots held up when the rain-delayed first round of the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am was completed on Friday. Loupe, making only his seventh start on the U.S. circuit, had set the pace with a sizzling eight-under-par 63 on Thursday but 40 players were yet to finish when play ended for the day in fading light.

Golf: Pebble Beach Pro-Am scores

Partial first-round scores in the $6.6 million Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Thursday on the par-72 Pebble Beach Golf Links, par-71 Monterey Peninsula, par-72 Spyglass Hill (Darkness halted play, round to resume Friday. USA unless noted): 8-under par 63 - Andrew Loupe 6-under par 65 - Stuart Appleby (AUS), Jim Renner, Scott Gardiner (AUS), Richard H. Lee 66 - Jimmy Walker 5-under par 66 - Brian Harman 67 - Robert Streb, Jordan Spieth, Paul McGinley (IRL) 4-under par

Golf: Rookie Loupe leads at rainy Pebble Beach

US PGA Tour rookie Andrew Loupe fired an eight-under par 63 at Monterey Peninsula Thursday to grab the lead at the rain-hit Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Loupe was headed to the first tee early Thursday just 39 minutes into the first round when play was suspended because of standing water on some of the greens on the three courses in use for the first three rounds of the tournament. After a delay of almost three hours, play got underway and Loupe was able to get into the clubhouse with a career-best round that gave him an unexpected two-stroke lead.

Sizzling Swede Chopra takes early control at Pebble Beach

(Reuters) - Red-hot Swede Daniel Chopra birdied six of his first seven holes to charge into an early two-stroke lead in the rain-delayed opening round of the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Thursday. Chopra picked up shots at the 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 15th and 16th after setting off on the back nine at Monterey Peninsula Country Club, one of three venues being used for this week's PGA Tour event.

Golf: Mickelson aims to get back on track at Pebble Beach

Phil Mickelson has plenty of good memories to draw on as he tries to get his 2014 US PGA Tour campaign on track this week at Pebble Beach. The world number four is a four-time winner of the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, and he'll be hoping a return to the iconic course on the northern California coast will mark a change in his recent fortunes. After a runner-up finish in the European Tour event in Abu Dhabi in January, Mickelson was forced out of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines with a sore back.

PREVIEW-Golf-Mickelson eyes record-tying fifth Pebble Beach win

(Reuters) - Phil Mickelson returns to one of his favorites venues for this week's Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, bidding for a record-equalling fifth victory before taking a short break from the PGA Tour for family time. The American world number four claimed the most recent of his four titles in the picturesque surrounds of Pebble Beach Golf Links in 2012, and has been largely encouraged by his form so far this year.

Golf: Pebble Beach National Pro-Am scores

Leading scores on Sunday after the final round of the US PGA Tour's $6.5 million Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on the par-72 Pebble Beach Golf Links, par-70 Monterey Peninsula Country Club, par-72 Spyglass Hill Country Club (Final round at Pebble Beach, USA unless noted): 267 - Brandt Snedeker 66-68-68-65 269 - Chris Kirk 71-68-64-66 272 - Kevin Stadler 69-69-69-65, Jimmy Walker 68-71-67-66, James Hahn 71-65-66-70 273 - Jason Day (AUS) 68-68-70-67 274 - Fredrik Jacobson (SWE) 71-66-70-67, Patrick Reed 68-69-67-70

UPDATE 1-Golf-Sizzling Snedeker in tie for Pebble Beach lead

* Snedeker shoots a 68 to join Potter at the top * Defending champion Mickelson trails by six shots (Adds Snedeker quotes, detail) Feb 8 (Reuters) - FedExCup champion Brandt Snedeker, the hottest player on the PGA Tour this year, took advantage of ideal scoring conditions by charging into a share of the second-round lead at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Friday.

Golf-Sizzling Snedeker in tie for Pebble Beach lead

Feb 8 (Reuters) - FedExCup champion Brandt Snedeker, the hottest player on the PGA Tour this year, took advantage of ideal scoring conditions by charging into a share of the second-round lead at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Friday. The fast-talking American fired a flawless four-under-par 68 on a glorious sun-splashed afternoon at Spyglass Hill, one of three venues being used for this week's pro-am celebrity event, to post an eight-under total of 134.
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