Kevin Streelman and Larry Fitzgerald are the winning team at the 2018 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
With a team final round of 13-under 59 at Pebble Beach Golf Links, Streelman and Fitzgerald finished at 41-under 246 to beat the team of Chez Reavie and Brian Swette by seven shots.
Streelman and Fitzgerald were runners-up last year by two shots to Ken Duke and Carson Daly.
The duo of Russell Knox and World Series winner Justin Verlander finished alone in third place, a shot behind Reavie and Swette.
Fitzgerald is a wide receiver for the Arizona Cardinals, and he's a likely first-ballot Hall-of-Famer after he retires. He has been with the Cardinals since being picked third overall in the 2004 NFL draft out of the University of Pittsburgh.
This is Fitzgerald's first win in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Streelman made the cut in the professional competition as well, contending early in the final round for a win before settling back into position for a sixth-place finish.
Ted Potter Jr. won the individual tournament by three shots, and he finished in a tie for eighth with partner Sean Kell.