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Carl Sengstock

Dustin Johnson and Beau Hossler are tied -12 under par at the top of the leader-board at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Dustin played Monterrey Peninsula CC and fired a -7 under par round of 64.

Loads of birdies and one hiccup, a bogey 5 on the par 4 …15th hole.

The bogey came because of a fluke errant drive into a fairway bunker.

The world’s number one is showing why he is on top!

Hossler, playing Spyglass Hill GC today ended with a -5 under par 67.

No bogeys or blemishes on his card. He has had a couple strong weeks in a row and is expecting a fantastic 2018 season.

Troy Merritt and Julian Suri are in a 2 way tie for 3rd place.

Merritt playing Spyglass Hill fired a -5 under par 67 with a bogey less scorecard.

Great player who almost got a win on Hilton Head Island a few years ago!

Suri played Monterey Peninsula today and shot a very nice 67 with only one bogey.

He was tied for the lead after round one. He is showing us that he isn’t going anywhere. He will be in the hunt come Sunday.

We have a 6 way tie for 5th place and the names are star studded! Phil Mickelson was -6 under at Monterey Peninsula.

Phil “The Thrill” made it look easy today with a 32-33=65 and not a blemish on the card.

It’s so exciting to see Phil playing great again.

He only has one goal this year. Can you spell MAJOR? Maybe a couple! You just never know who is going to show up, old Phil , or Phil of old. Today our Phil of old came to play.

Aaron Wise, who was tied for the first round lead, Jon Rahm, Kevin Streelman, Steve Stricker, & Jason Day are the others tied in fifth position after the 2nd round.

Going out on a limb, like I always do, gut feeling says the winner will come from this group of 6 tied in the 5th spot.

Hope you are enjoying the event. Don’t forget they only play Pebble Beach on Sunday. That will be the most exciting day for all! Have fun watching the tournament!

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