ark O'Meara waves to the grandstand after sinking a par putt on the final hole
PBP97020202-2 FEBRUARY 1997-PEBBLEBEACH, CALIFORNIA, USA: Mark O'Meara waves to the grandstand after sinking a par putt on the final hole of the AT&T Pro Am to beat Tiger Woods by a single stroke 2/2 in winning his fifth AT&T title. UPI
Kohki Idoki charged ahead after trailing by five strokes Sunday, coming away with the Senior PGA Championship title in just his second tour appearance.
Hal Sutton, despite playing the final five holes in 2-over, grabbed a share of the lead Friday after one round of the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic.
Bernhard Langer maintained his lead at the ACE Group Classic Saturday, carding a 2-under 70 in the second round for a three-stroke advantage.
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Brandt Snedeker claimed his fifth career PGA Tour title Sunday, carding a 7-under-par 65 to finish up a two-stroke victory at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
Rocco Mediate carded a 1-under 71 Sunday, good enough to hang on for a two-stroke win at the Allianz Championship in his first Champions Tour appearance.
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Rocco Mediate fired a course-record 11-under 61 Saturday to grab a three-stroke lead at the Allianz Championship.
Steve Pate and Fred Funk each turned in a round of 3-under 69 Saturday to share the lead after two rounds of the SAS Championship.
Jay Don Blake drained a birdie on the second playoff hole Sunday, edging Mark O'Meara for the Boeing Classic title.
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