This year’s AT&T is in uncharted waters following some horrendous weather that will see the tournament finish on Monday. Here is our Pebble Beach Pro-Am Round 3 Recap and odds to win the final round according to Jazzsports.
With high winds delaying Saturday’s third round, the players had to come back to complete their third round on Sunday morning before playing the first nine holes of their fourth round on Sunday evening with the final nine holes being played on Monday.
This year’s prolonged third round provided plenty of time and opportunities for the chasing pack to make ground on third-round leader Kurt Kitayama.
One such man to do exactly that was Justin Rose. It’s been over three years since Rose last tasted success on the PGA Tour, but the former FedEx Champion has an ideal opportunity to win his eleventh PGA Tour title.
Rose was in scintillating form in his third round shooting a seven under 65. Rose’s round started poorly when he dropped a shot on his opening hole, but the Englishman showed all of his class to score seven birdies across his final seventeen holes.
Rose shot up the leaderboard and leads the tournament by one stroke.
Kitayama started the third round in the lead and had a solid enough round – ensuring he stayed in contention with a gritty -2. He has shown he can handle links conditions in the past and will be confident of a strong finish.
Peter Malnati will tee off alongside Rose and he brings some great momentum into the final round following a -5, third-round performance. It’s been seven years since Malnati last won on Tour and he might not get a better opportunity to end that barren run here.
Twelve players will start the fourth round four strokes off the lead and many will believe this could still be their year.
Current favorite is Justin Rose and for those who like to back favorites, backing Rose could be a safe investment. Rose has won ten times on Tour and knows how to close out tournaments. He will be confident of earning win number eleven here.
Kurt Kitayama finished second in last year’s Scottish Open and clearly has a liking for links courses. Kitayama battled hard to stay at the top of the leaderboard and is sure to battle hard to win his first PGA Tour title.
Viktor Hovland is a danger to all and will tee off his final round just three strokes off the lead. Hovland showed last season that he can handle links conditions as he led the Open through 56 holes. Hovland has the power to overpower this Pebble Beach course and will be desperate to win his fourth PGA Title.
Keith Mitchell knows what it takes to win on Tour having been a winner of the 2019 Honda Classic. He has been up with the leaders throughout the tournament and will believe he has the game and form to win here.
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