AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Bill Murray's Partner D.A. Points Takes First PGA Tour Win

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AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Final: D.A. Points, Bill Murray Win Tournament

D.A. Points, a longtime Nationwide Tour competitor, earned his first career PGA Tour tournament victory Sunday in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Considering he was partnered with Bill Murray, the Points posse has been the talk of the tourney anyway. It’s Bill Murray!

Points shot a 67 on his final round effort, winding up 15-under for the event. Close behind were Hunter Mahan at 13-under and Tom Gillis at 11-under, followed by Spencer Levin and one-time leader Steve Marino at 10-under. Marino shot an ugly 74 on Sunday, one of the worst rounds in the tournament, to help put Points in the driver’s seat.

Phil Mickelson finished 8-under, and Vijay Singh wound up 4-under — take a look at the rest of the official PGA leaderboard for all the rest.

For all of our coverage, check out the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am StoryStream
. For more on the tournament, check out SB Nation’s Waggle Room.

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