As the Pebble Beach Pro-Am comes to a close, we discuss the performance of Brandt Snedeker and his $1.17 million victory on Sunday.
After a four-day stretch, the 2013 Pebble Beach Pro-Am is coming to a close. The tournament, sponsored by AT&T, has a significant purse worth $6.5 million. Brandt Snedeker (U.S.) was the leader in this year's tourney, taking home $1.17 million of the total purse.
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Snedeker has had a solid year, taking home a $10 million grand prize just four months ago at the FedEx Cup. Two weeks ago he came in second to Tiger Woods, and last week he came in second to Phil Mickelson. This time around, he went virtually unchallenged.
Though Chris Kirk applied some pressure on the back nine, Snedeker came out on top. He moves up to No. 4 in the world with the win. This is a major tournament, which provided an opportunity for Snedeker to earn some much deserved recognition.
He finished with a 65 on Sunday; 19 under par.
1 Brandt Snedeker -- $1,170,000
2 Chris Kirk -- $702,000
T3 Kevin Stadler -- $338,000
T3 Jimmy Walker -- $338,000
T3 James Hahn -- $338,000
6 Jason Day -- $234,000
T7 Fredrik Jacobson -- $209,625
T7 Patrick Reed -- $209,625
T9 Patrick Cantlay -- $175,500
T9 James Driscoll -- $175,500
T9 Retief Goosen -- $175,500
How dominant has Brandt Snedeker been this season? He's played 18 rounds -- and been in the top five on the leaderboard after 11 of them.— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 10, 2013