AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Jordan Speth looks to end a winless run on PGA Tour after snatching his halfway lead | Golf news


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Jordan Speth builds for fourth at the Phoenix Open to take the lead midway at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in California. Previously world No. 1 chasing his first win since winning the 2017 tournament Posted by Ali Stafford Last update: 13/02/21 12:01 am Jordan Speth is looking for his first global win since 2017 Jordan Speth is enjoying yet another opportunity to challenge a long-awaited victory On the PGA Tour after moving to Midway at AT&T Pebble Beach. The main champion followed three times inaugural Tour 65 at Pebble Beach by five under 67th at Spyglass Hill on Friday, raising him 12 under and one below his closest competitor Daniel Berger. Spin was in danger of pulling out of the world’s top 100 players until he finished fourth at the Waste Management Phoenix Open last week, holding his share of the lead heading into the final day as the world-ranked 69th player is now thrilled to have another chance to compete for a first Win since then. 2017. 3:50 Paul Casey talks about an encouraging start for AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and discusses how to endure physically after a hectic start to this year Paul Casey talks about a encouraging start for AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and discusses how to endure physically after a hectic start to the year “I Well positioned halfway through, “said Speth. “I feel a little better than it was last week, which was the goal this week, just to try and feel like I’m getting better every day.” I didn’t make many long strokes, which is probably a good signal. I put the ball in front of me and I hit it really well and some mistakes here or there, but other than that it was really clean. Live PGA Tour Golf February 13, 2021, 4:00 PM LIVE “With predictions coming in the next two days, it doesn’t look like it will be easy to get to under 12 under the next two rounds. Pebble’s going to be mean Pebble, apparently, and we’re Looking forward to that challenge. ”Berger scored a six under 66 card at Pebble Beach to sit second ahead of Henrik Norlander, while Paul Casey plays in his fourth event within several weeks after making the long journey from Saudi Arabia – he falls on After three from the lead as he chases his second win of the year. 2:21 A look back at the best events from Jordan Spieth 67’s second round at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am A, look at the best events from Jordan Spieth 67’s second round at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro- Casey said, “There’s no doubt that golf is What I’m playing today is nothing but a continuation of two weeks ago and this win in Dubai, which was amazing. ” “I feel very good about my golf and just try to ride the wave for as long as possible.” My 8th place on American Express in the Desert was a great way to start the season. This kind of validating that I am doing the right thing or indicating to me that I am doing the right thing and that the game is going in the right direction, and then win in Dubai, all this hard work. Live PGA Tour Golf February 13, 2021, 6:00 pm LIVE “I feel great, the energy is good because of it. I love my golf. And although it is a long drive all the way to Pebble from East to East, the legs look very refreshed, But this is clearly because I got a cup. ” And joining Casey in fourth place is fellow Englishman Tom Lewis and overnight captain Patrick Cantlay, who followed the inaugural 62nd round by one out of 73, while Scottish Russell Knox headed to the weekend in seventh. I live all weekend on Sky Sports. Live coverage continues on Saturdays with Featured Packs from 4pm on Sky Sports Golf. .


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