Persistency certainly can not be over looked for Tom Hoge. After 11 years on the Tour, he finally got his first win at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AM. He made 3 birdies on the last 5 holes to overtake the leader Jordan Spieth by 2 strokes. With the win, Hoge now gets to play in the Masters in April.

Playing the 18th hole and 1 stroke behind the leader Bubba Watson, Harold Varner III drained a 70 foot eagle putt from just off the green for the win at the Saudi International.

History was made at the LPGA Drive On Championship. Leona Maguire became the first Irishwoman to win on the LPGA Tour.

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