Taylor Pendrith concluded the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am with a bogey-free, eight-under 64 that left him tied for fifth, three shots behind leader Justin Rose, with play suspended due to darkness.
Rose will begin the Monday finish at three under through nine holes.
Pendrith is the first player since 2013 to post a 64 or better in the final round and in continuing tough conditions at Pebble Beach.
“I would say I’m most proud of I hung in there today. Obviously, the front nine, most of the holes are downwind, so I got off to a great start. Putter was super hot. I made some nice ones early, kind of kept the momentum going on the back nine,” said Pendrith.
“There was some holes that played really tough and I hit some really quality shots that were into the wind, managed to make the putts,” said Pendrith, who sunk a 47-footer on the eighth hole.
Past champion Nick Taylor finished with a round of 69 that currently has him tied for 21st at eight under.
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers joined forces with Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ont., to finish the pro-am portion at 26 under on Sunday.
Rodgers, a 10 handicap, and Silverman, just coming off a victory on the Korn Ferry Tour, won the pro-am by one shot.
Silverman, who was playing at Pebble Beach on a sponsor exemption, finished the first three rounds at one over to miss the cut on the professional leaderboard.
Silverman praised his teammate.
“He’s an athlete, man. Top performer. He knows how to get it done and that’s what he did. It wasn’t like all four days or three rounds of beautiful golf, but when he needed to — when I was making doubles, he was making pars. He knew how to get it done,” said Silverman.
The leaderboard is here.