Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2013 results: Brandt Snedeker, Jason Hahn tied for lead after 3 rounds

Ezra Shaw

The pair are tied at 12-under after three rounds at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

The third round is in the books at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, and Brandt Snedeker and Jason Hahn are tied for the lead at 12-under par. Chris Kirk is alone in third at 11-under, Patrick Reed is in fourth place at 10-under, and Richard H. Lee is alone in fifth at 9-under.

Snedeker started the day in first place, and shot 4-under on the day to keep a share of the lead. Hahn fired a 6-under par round to grab a share of the lead -- one of six golfers, including Kirk, to put up that score. Webb Simpson shot the low round of the day at 7-under.

Other notable scores include Retief Goosen at 8-under, Hunter Mahan at 6-under, Vijay Singh at 4-under, Lee Westwood at 3-under, and Phil Mickelson at 1-under.

Perhaps the most notable event of the day came from Mickelson, who is a distant 1-under for the tournament. He was going down towards the water after a shot, and slipped and fell on a slippery rock, landing on his backside. Don't worry, the only thing that was hurt was his pride.

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