Jordan Spieth Final Score at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
|Jordan Spieth||-19 (2-under 70)|
Jordan Spieth took control of his game plan for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and won the competition for the PGA Tour title. The 23-year-old American who is native of Texas now won his 9th title for the PGA and 1st for this year.
It was not an easy competition because the tournament features the best golfers in the world such as Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Brandt Snedeker, Jon Rahm, Kelly Kraft and Gary Woodland, among others. After sensational golfer Tiger Woods, Spieth became only the second youngest player to achieve such recognition in the world of golf.
During his interview, the young Texan golfer said that he does not want to make mistakes and because of his good scoring, he managed to stay of the top spot until the final 28 holes without any bogey. His caddie Michael Greller also motivated him to keep his game plan despite playing such boring game.
With this victory, Jordan is the only PGA Tour golfer in the history who won the title by 3-stroke or more and under 24 years old. Likewise, he already won seven consecutive PGA Tour competitions at his young age.
Kelly Kraft finished 2nd with -15, Dusting Johnson at 3rd with -14, Brandt Snedeker is 4th with -13, Gary Woodland, Jason Day and Jon Rham with -12 for the 5th spot.