PGA Tour: It looks like Brandt Snedeker is returning to peak form as he posted a 3 stroke win at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. With the win, Snedeker secured his spot on the Masters play list in April. While Sneds is on the rise, what’s up with Jim Furyk. He played lights out on Saturday and on Sunday he did a total “180.” Only he and Matt Jones out of the top 44 finishers were the only ones to post over par rounds.

Dustin Johnson looked pretty much in game shape as he finished in 4th place in his 2nd event since his return (and missed cut) last week.

Well wishes go out to Matt Bettencourt’s caddie Brian Rush who took a tumble when he slipped on the rocks along the 18th fairway. He suffered a concussion, broken shoulder and a compound fracture of his forearm.

European Tour: Still down in Asia, the tour played the True Thailand Classic. Andrew Dodt came away with a 1 stroke win over Scott Hend and local favorite Thongchai Jaidee. This was Dodt’s 2nd tour victory.

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