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Snedeker wins it all at Pebble Beach
American Brandt Snedeker, fresh off back-to-back runner-up finishes at his last two tournaments, fired a final day 65 to clinch the 2013 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am title on Sunday, fending off Chris Kirk by two strokes with a -19 under 66-68-68-65 -- 267.

Already in the lead when the day started, Snedeker put his opponents in the rear-view mirror early with an eagle on No. 2. A bogey on nine had him -4 at the turn, and he added three birdies down the stretch, including a clincher on No. 17 to record the lowest score in the tournament's recent history.

Snedeker, ranked No. 4 in the world, cashes in with $1.17 million leadin ga field that saw Americans take the top five spots and eight of the Top 10.

Day One leader Hunter Mahan and Day Two co-leader Ted Potter Jr. both finished tied for 16th at -9.

The tournament's 2012 champion and easily its biggest name, Phil Mickelson, ended up tying for 60th at -1 after starting the tournament at -3 after Day One.

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