PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – Former Spartan men’s golfer Mark Hubbard is tied for 11th place at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am after shooting a one-under 70 on Saturday. Hubbard is nine-under for the tournament and is seven shots behind the leader, Phil Mickelson.
Each of the 156 professionals in the field are teamed up with an amateur partner at the Pro-Am tournament as each team has played three rounds since Thursday. The Denver, Colo., native made the cut for the ninth time in 10 tournaments this season as the cut line was for the top-60 professionals and ties.
The four-time letterwinner from 2008 to 2011 at San José State shot two-under 70 on Thursday at the Pebble Beach Golf Links (par-72, 6816-yards) and fired a six-under 66 on Friday at the Spyglass Hill Golf Course (par-72, 6953-yards).
Today’s round was played at the par-71, 6867-yard Shore Course of Monterey Peninsula Country Club where Hubbard made two birdies and a bogey for his one-under round.
Hubbard will look to earn his first victory on the PGA Tour on Sunday playing on the Pebble Beach Golf Links. He will tee off at 8:44 a.m. PT off the 1st tee.
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