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Round 4 Recap — Sunday
Daniel Berger goes low to win at Pebble Beach
Berger ($10,100; 135 DKFP) dominated at Pebble Beach during Sunday’s final round, carding a seven-under 65 to take home the title by two strokes over Maverick McNealy ($7,600; 114 DKFP). The American, who was mightily popular in the $800K Flop Shot contest with 21.6% ownership, began the day in second place, but ascended to the top spot on the back of two eagles and four birdies, on top of just one bogey — just his third of the week. He finished the tournament with four eagles, 15 birdies and bonuses for one bogey-free round and a birdie streak. Berger’s 65 was the low round of the day, one better than the round of 66 shot by McNealy, who jumped from seventh to second with a monster back nine — which included five birdies. — Kenny Ducey
Jordan Spieth and Patrick Cantlay contend, but come up short Sunday at Pebble Beach
After holding the 54-hole lead for the second straight week, Speith ($9,700; 110 DKFP) came up short again on Sunday despite a birdie-birdie finish that helped him climb back up into a tie for third with pre-tournament favorite Patrick Cantlay ($11,300; 111 DKFP) at the 2021 Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Cantlay shot a 62 in the first round, and Spieth led after both Round 2 and Round 3, but neither star could chase down Daniel Berger ($10,100; 135 DKFP) on Sunday. Spieth did post his second straight top-five finish and seems to be re-discovering his form. Cantlay has also been around the top of the leaderboard with six top-20 finishes in his past seven tournaments. Both get another shot at their first 2021 win next week at the Genesis Invitational. — Zach Thompson
Round 3 Recap — Saturday
Jordan Spieth remains atop leaderboard after three rounds at Pebble Beach
Spieth ($9,700; 103.5 DKFP) fought off the competition on Saturday at Pebble Bach, grinding out a one-under 71 to maintain his lead heading into Sunday. The American, who garnered 15.6% ownership in the $800K Flop Shot contest, didn’t have the prettiest of rounds, carding four bogeys against three birdies and heading into the 16th hole one-over on the round. That’s where he went back to red numbers for the day with an eagle two, giving him a pair of eagles for the tournament. Spieth will be busy on Sunday fending off a group of five golfers tied for second at -11, who are two shots back. One of those golfers is Patrick Cantlay ($11,300; 92.5 DKFP) who shot a two-under 70 on Saturday. — Kenny Ducey
Kevin Streelman posts low round of Saturday at Pebble Beach
Streelman ($8,900; 65 DKFP) was on fire today, converting a birdie on four of his finals six holes during the third round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. His 67 marked the best round of moving day, and the 42-year-old sits at T13th heading into Sunday. After Streelman, there were seven golfers that carded four-under 68s at Pebble Beach on Saturday. The biggest name of this group was Jason Day ($9,500; 71 DKFP), who was the eighth-highest owned player in DraftKings’ $800K Flop Shot tournament this week. After his impressive third round, the Aussie is tied for the fourth best odds to win this event ahead of the final round, at +1200 on DraftKings Sportsbook. — Alex Hunter
Round 2 Recap — Friday
Jordan Spieth leads after second round of AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Spieth ($9,700) hasn’t won a PGA TOUR event since the 2017 Open Championship, but he’s in a position to potentially change that this weekend. He holds a one-shot lead over Daniel Berger ($10,100) heading into the third round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Spieth is currently sitting at 12-under-par after shooting an opening round 65 and following that up with a 67 on Friday. This is only Spieth’s third PGA TOUR appearance in 2021, and he’s coming off a fourth-place finish last week at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. He was a relatively popular DFS option this week, commanding an approximate ownership of 16.1% across DraftKings tournaments, and he’s become the betting favorite to win the tournament at +200 on DraftKings Sportsbook. — Matt LaMarca
Rickie Fowler, Phil Mickelson headline missed cuts at Pebble Beach
Fowler ($9,200) really struggled in the second round, shooting three-over-par at Spyglass Hill, while Mickelson ($8,600) was even worse at Pebble Beach Golf Club on Friday, posting an eight-over par 80. This is a shocking score for Lefty, considering the 50-year-old presented a 21/24 career record at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am prior to this, including five wins and third-place finish just last season. Another few notable names to miss the cut at Pebble Beach were Si Woo Kim ($9,400), who was the most expensive golfer to not move onto the weekend, and Pete Malnati ($7,800), who was the sixth-highest owned player in the $800K Flop Shot tournament on DraftKings this week. — Alex Hunter
Round 1 Recap — Thursday
Patrick Cantlay fires 62 to take the lead at Pebble Beach
Cantlay ($11,300; 70.0 DKFP) caught fire on Thursday in the first round of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am, birdieing seven of his first eight holes en route to a 10-under 62. Cantlay, who was incredibly popular in the $800K Flop Shot contest with 27.9% ownership, finished the day with 10 birdies all told, heading into the clubhouse with a bogey-free round and two shots clear of Akshay Bhatia ($6,500; 55.0 DKFP) and Henrik Norlander ($8,700; 53.5 DKFP), who sit in a tie for second. In fact, the round tied the Pebble Beach course record. The DraftKings Sportsbook currently gives Cantlay +163 odds at capturing his fourth career title. — Kenny Ducey
Akshay Bhatia tied for second after first round of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Bhatia ($6,500: 55.0 DKFP) is 19-years-old, playing in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am on a sponsor’s exemption. His odds entering the weekend were astronomical. With youthful naivete, Bhatia shot a near-perfect round, going eight strokes below par, with eight birdies, no bogeys and a three-hole streak on 6, 7 and 8. The most impressive aspect of his day, though, was that he hit all 18 greens. Bhatia was the first golfer to accomplish that feat since Ryan Palmer back in 2008. His 8-under score has him tied for second behind leader Patrick Cantlay ($11,300: 70.0 DKFP), who shot an impressive 62 on Thursday. — Stan Son
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