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Daniel Berger on tenth hole during the third round of the 2022 Farmers Insurance Open golf tournament on the South Course of the Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego, California, USA, 28 January 2022. EPA/ERIK S. LESSER


Tom Hoge birdied six of his last seven holes in a nine-under-par 63 on Thursday, taking a one-shot lead over an impressive Seamus Power in the first round of the US PGA Tour Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Hoge played on the par-72 Pebble Beach Golf Links, one of three courses in use over the first three days along with the par-72 Spyglass Hill and the par-71 Monterey Peninsula layout.

Power had eight birdies in his eight-under 64 at demanding Spyglass Hill — where his score was three strokes better than Tyler Duncan’s next-best outing at Spyglass.

Hoge, who was runner-up to Hudson Swafford at La Quinta in January, got off to a hot start in ideal conditions, rolling in a 30-foot birdie putt on the 10th hole at Pebble beach.

“That was really nice to see one go in early,” he said.

Hoge added a short birdie putt at the 11th and a birdie at 18.

He said a three-putt par at the second hole got him “a little fired up” and it showed when he launched his six-birdie burst with a seven-footer at the third.

“Four I was over the back of the green, pretty dead, just trying to get a chance for par and the chip went in somehow,” he said.

He drained a 19-footer for birdie at the fifth, two-putted for birdie from 19 feet at the sixth and rolled in a 12-footer at the seventh. Hoge capped the run with another birdie bomb at the eighth.

Power’s bogey-free effort was arguably more impressive. He teed off on 10 at Spyglass and after four birdies in his first 10 holes stormed home with birdies at his last four.

SuperSport viewers on DStv can enjoy all the four-rounds action from the PGA Tour’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am at the Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill and Monterey Peninsula Golf Courses all through to Sunday 6 February 2022.

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A world-renowned pro-am tournament, this event was founded 85 years ago and first hosted by entertainer Bing Crosby. Today, the starting field consists of 156 professionals and 156 amateurs. Each professional is paired with an amateur player.

On the first three days 156 two-man teams played a better ball format with one round on each of the three courses. The pros also played an individual stroke play format. On the final day, those professionals and pro-am teams making the 54-hole cut will play on the Pebble Beach Golf Links.

The defending champion on the professional side is Daniel Berger, who won the 2021 edition by two strokes ahead of Maverick McNealy. “I wanted to win the golf tournament. I didn’t want to lose it on the last,” Berger said. “I just wanted to go out there and try to hit the best shot that I could and I wasn’t going to be conservative on the three-wood coming in.”

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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am broadcast details

All times CAT

Thursday 3 February

22:00: Day 1 – LIVE on SuperSport Grandstand and SuperSport Golf


Friday 4 February

22:00: Day 2 – LIVE on SuperSport Golf and SuperSport Grandstand (from 23:45)


Saturday 5 February

20:00: Day 3 – LIVE on SuperSport Golf and SuperSport Grandstand (from 21:00)


Sunday 6 February

20:00: Day 4 – LIVE on SuperSport Grandstand and SuperSport Golf

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