2017 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am teams to make the cut
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2017 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am teams to make the cut


The 2017 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 15-under total. It's at that point that the tournament officials do a match of cards to determine the teams that get into Sunday's finale. It was a case of three spots open for 11 teams.

2017 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am teams to make the cut, leaderboard

1. Jordan Spieth and Jake Owen, -25
2. Ken Duke and Carson Daly, -24
3. Tony Finau and Josh Duhamel, -22
T-4. Kevin Streelman and Larry Fitzgerald, -21
T-4. Trey Mullinax and Paul Fireman, -21
T-4. Mackenzie Hughes and Alex Smith, -21
T-4. Dustin Johnson and Wayne Gretzky, -21
8. Grayson Murray and Panos Panay, -20
T-9. Brandt Snedeker and Toby Wilt, -19
T-9. Scott Brown and Dan Rose, -19
T-9. Adam Hadwin and Chris O'Donnell, -19
T-12. Michael Putnam and Ray O'Connor, -18
T-12. Martin Laird and Scott Farmer, -18
T-12. Matt Every and Patrick Hamill, -18
T-15. Nick Watney and Sam Reeves, -17
T-15. Joel Dahmen and Willy Strothotte, -17
T-15. Scott Stallings and Egon Durban, -17
T-18. Justin Rose and Justin Timberlake, -16
T-18. Seung-yul Noh and Lawrence Baer, -16
T-18. D.A. Points and Bill Murray, -16
T-18. Patrick Reed and Ed Vaughan, -16
T-18. Jason Kokrak and Josh Donaldson, -16
T-23. Rob Oppenheim and Bill Perocchi, -15
T-23. Jason Day and Jim Lentz, -15
T-23. Shane Lowry and J.P. McManus, -15

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