Ted Potter Jr. holds off Dustin Johnson to claim Pebble Beach win


Johnson is not only the No. 1 player in the world, but is a two-time champion in this event, in addition to five other top 10 finishes.

After flirting with a 59 on Saturday, Potter got off to another hot start in the fourth round, birdieing four of his first seven holes. Day's been playing excellent golf on Tour this season, as his worst finish throughout the four tournaments he's participated in was 11th, and he now sits at fourth on the FedExCup standings.

Potter's only prior USPGA Tour win came at the Greenbrier Classic back in 2012. It was a long time coming for the feisty lefty who battled his way back to the PGA Tour after suffering an injury in 2014 that caused him to miss almost two years of competition.

"Just being completely out of my comfort zone, not being a professional, just kind of dealing with what comes", Fitzgerald said. "I get my second career win after five years away from it". He said he was "completely out of my element" this week, and that golf is "the hardest game out there".

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Potter holed a chip from behind the green for birdie on the par-3 seventh hole to build a two-shot lead over Dustin Johnson, and he didn't make another mistake the rest of a breezy afternoon at Pebble Beach.

"I felt like I played OK", Johnson said.

The Australian had an up and down Sunday round, but back-to-back birdies on the 15th and 16th moved him into a tie for second.

Kevin Streelman finished in solo sixth at 13-under 274, and Scott Stallings in solo seventh at 12-under 275. Johnson, who was going for his second straight win having won by eight strokes at Kapalua to start the season, also had four bogeys and 10 pars to finish at 14-under 273 total.