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PGA Tour: AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am round three recap

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Jimmy Walker leads the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am by six shots heading into the final round.  Walker is at thirteen-under total after shooting a four-under 67 in the third round at Monterey Peninsula Country Club (MPCC).  He has two wins this season, and is prime position to capture his third victory tomorrow.

Walker is having a dream season winning for the first time in October at the Frys.com, then winning again at the Sony Open in January.  A third win would secure a spot in the Ryder Cup, and make Walker a favorite for Player of the Year honors.

The players hoping to stage an epic comeback are Tim Wilkinson and Hunter Mahan, who both sit in second place at seven-under total.  In the third round, Wilkinson shot two-under and Mahan shot one-under at MPCC.  The players at MPCC had the best opportunity to shoot under-par despite the windy conditions.

There are three courses in the rotation this week: Pebble Beach Golf Links, MPCC, and Spyglass Hill. All players making the cut will play Pebble Beach tomorrow.

Also in the mix: Richard H. Lee at six-under (3rd), Phil Mickelson at five-under (T5), Blake Adams (T5), Kevin Na (T5), Ryan Palmer (T-5), Pat Perez (T5), and Jim Renner (T5).

There are seven players tied for eleventh place at four-under, including Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth.

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