Wilkinson claims top 10 finish at Pebble Beach

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Kiwi Tim Wilkinson birdied his final hole to finish in a tie for seventh at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am today.
 
The left-hander carded a one-over 73 in his final round to be five cheap golf clubs australia shots behind the winner, American Jimmy Walker, and giving him his second top 10 finish for the season.
 
Walker led by as many as six shots today before he had to make a 5-foot par putt on the 18th hole for a 2-over 74 and a one-shot victory over Dustin Johnson and Jim Renner.
 
"It's drama, man," Walker said on the 18th green. "It was too much for me."
 
But it was a familiar outcome for Walker, a 35-year-old Texan who only four months ago was regarded as one of the best players to have never won on the PGA Tour. This was his third win of the PGA Tour season, a streak that began in October about an hour away at the Frys.com Open.
 
Walker joined some exclusive company. He is only the fourth player in the last 20 years to win three times in his first eight starts to a season. The others are Tiger Woods (who has done it eight times), Phil Mickelson and David Duval.
 
For a brief moment, it looked as though Walker might have a chance to join ping g20 driver australia Greg Norman and Sergio Garcia as players to lose a six-shot lead in the final round.
 
He was never seriously challenged until Johnson, and then Renner, put together a strong finish. Johnson, a two-time winner at Pebble Beach, closed with a 66 on a card that included three bogeys. Renner, who had yet to make a cut all year, made five birdies on the back nine for a 67.
 
Walker made a 10-foot birdie on the 11th hole and was seemingly on his way.
 
But he hit a poor chip on the par-3 12th for a bogey. He three-putted the 13th for a bogey. He settled down for three simple pars and was two shots clear with two to play. Walker three-putted the 17th, missing a 3½-foot par putt. He tried to play it safe on the 18th with an iron off the tee that found the right rough.
 
From 25 feet above the hole, he hit the birdie putt too hard and had one anxious moment.
 
"I hate three-putting," Walker said. "I had two of them back there, and definitely didn't want another one on the last."
 
Walker finished on 11-under 277 and earned $1.188 million, expanding his lead in the Ryder Cup standings to more than $1 million over Mickelson in second place. The Ryder Cup is based on PGA Tour earnings, though there are still four majors (which count double), three World Golf Championships and The Players Championship remaining.
 
For now, the stars are aligned for Walker better than anything he sees ping k15 driver through his high-powered telescope.
 
"I just go out and play golf," Walker said. "This is what I want to do and I've worked really hard to do it, to be here, and to be in this position and it's really cool."

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