Ted Potter, Jr.’s extended highlights | Round 4 | AT&T Pebble Beach

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In the final of the 2018 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Ted Potter, Jr. shoots 69 and holds off the likes of Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson and Jason Day to win his second PGA TOUR event.

The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am returns to the world famous Pebble Beach Golf Links on the Monterey Peninsula in California. In 2017, Jordan Spieth closed with a 2-under 70 for a four-shot victory over former U.S. Amateur champion Kelly Kraft..

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  1. At the time I was mad a journeyman like Potter robbed us of a sick playoff between Phil Day and DJ but now I'm happy he won. They'll win many more events while it's likely Potter won't contend for another again. He seems like a nice humble guy. Great comeback story from his ankle injury. Magical 4 days here.

  2. shot maker, with a 256-70 tee box driver, 160-80 approach, and a avg putter.

    but when you can shape shots, place them where you want and have good course management

    you can beat guys that out drive you by 40-50yds and win a tournament


  3. This guy has a good solid head on his shoulders. Ok, his swing is home-grown… so what? He can shape it either way, and his course management is first class. Surely better than DJ's. Sadly PGA Tour did not come out the way they should have. Has anybody seen highlights of Potter's 62 the third day? And this video is all but extended. It wouldn't cost more if the highlights were 12 minutes, 5 minutes dond't make much sense.

  4. idk why people are bashing his swing. he has great lines in his back swing. hes just trying to shape it the way he wants on his follow through. that can be tough but it works for him…