Listen: Pebble Beach, Brooks KEPCO And Phil Mickelson discussed on Dickerson & Hood
"To t- off yet for his final round. Justin Rose one shot back at seven under big group. It's just rose ten under big group at seven under, including two-time defending champion Brooks. Kepco also loo taes in, but some of the bigger names, Jonathan you have to keep scrolling and scrolling and scrolling to find Phil Mickelson. He's done for the day, plus four for the tournament. He was won over on his round today. Jordan speed is plus four for the tournament. He's three over today through thirteen scrolling scrolling scrolling. Yeah. Tiger. Pretty bad, too. So those guys are not going to be in contention here. But it should be a good one. Just one stroke separating. The leaders woodland and Justin Rose. Fifty nine degrees in Pebble Beach, California. A lot of the golfers that Jeff are watching with the long sleeve with some sweatshirts there because of the breeze. Coming off of the beach. We say Pebble Beach just to paint that picture for you. We are seeing shots of Pebble Beach where the golfers are right there. I mean very close to the beach. There are actually golf fans they're standing on the beach looking up at some of these tee shots taking place. So it's very unique course of course, number one. But number two, take a look at Brooks kept here at seven hundred mission that really and stays in our all at seven-under. So the best thing for golf in the spot is right. Because of he's been on a roll so far we talked about him during the last major how Brooks KEPCO is a name that you and I know because we. Follow the majors. But again, you're looking for neighboring, ignition you looking for golfers to be able to resonate between nineteen that's not named tiger. Woods or Phil Mickelson or some of the others that we enjoy following that are American golfers. So from from Brooks kept standpoint, I guess, for golf to survive this. And if no shot of Gary woodland of Justin Rose. But she wants someone that's been winning to be in the mix at the end, don't you? Well, here, here's again, here's a two-time defending US open champion."