2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am teams to make the cut
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2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am teams to make the cut


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The 2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am has reached the 54-hole mark, and that means cut day for both the professional and pro-am events. On the pro side, the top 60 players and ties get to compete in the final round at Pebble Beach. On the pro-am side, the top 25 teams get to the final round.

This year, more than 25 teams were inside the cut line of 17-under total. It's at that point that the tournament officials turn the scores of the pros in the pro-am teams to determine the teams that get into Sunday's finale. It was a case of eight teams for two spots.



2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am teams to make the cut, leaderboard

  • 1. Paul Casey and Don Colleran (13): -28
  • 2. Josh Teater and Ryan Smith (3): -24
  • T3. Lucas Glover and Stephen Mack (9): -23
  • T3. Adam Schenk and Ray Romano (16): -23
  • 5. Wyndham Clark and Joe Don Rooney (8): -22
  • T6. Russell Knox and Matt Ryan (2): -21
  • T6. Scott Langley and Dan Rose (8): -21
  • T6. Adam Scott and Doug Mackenzie (4): -21
  • T6. Jordan Spieth and Jake Owen (3): -21
  • T10. Graeme McDowell and Ed Brown (2): -20
  • T10. Martin Trainer and Patrick Hamill (10): -20
  • T12. Ernie Els and Jerry Yang (8): -19
  • T12. Matt Every and Ross Buchmueller (4): -19
  • T12. Adam Hadwin and Frank Quattrone (11): -19
  • T12. Si Woo Kim and David Gill (6): -19
  • T12. Rory Sabbatini and Blake Mycoskie (8): -19
  • T12. Nick Watney and Julie Frist (8): -19
  • T18. Ryan Armour and Kira Kazantsev (16): -18
  • T18. Rafael Cabrera-Bello and Dermot Desmond (10): -18
  • T18. Robert Garrigus and Hank Plain (10): -18
  • T18. Brady Schnell and Larry The Cable Guy (15): -18
  • T18. Scott Stallings and Jeff Weiner (7): -18
  • T18. Cameron Tringale and Reuben Richards Jr. (13): -18
  • T24. Jonathan Byrd and Stuart Francis (3): -17
  • T24. Scott Piercy and Jin Roy Ryu (12): -17

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