In the final round of the 2016 Franklin Templeton Shootout, Brandt Snedeker sinks his 12-foot birdie putt from off the green on the par-3 16th hole.
It was a family,” Snedeker said after Sunday’s round. “We had five vice captains, a captain and 12 guys that came together as a family.
We both hit some great shots when we had to. This guy (Snedeker pointed towards Koepka) needs to know how good he is and he’s starting to figure it out right now.
Snedeker is now 4-2-0 all-time in Ryder Cup play.
The only player on the U.S. team to go undefeated. He played each format and in Sunday singles showed emotion like I’ve never seen from him.
In the final round of the 2016 BMW Championship, Brandt Snedeker holes out with his third shot for birdie on the par-5 16th hole.
Brandt Snedeker Wins the 2015 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-am
PEBBLE BEACH Calif. — Brandt Snedeker always knew he made the right decision. Even so, it felt mighty good to finally have something concrete, err, make that crystal, to show for it. Snedeker’s new swing, the one so carefully crafted over the last eight months in concert with Butch Harmon, held up under immense pressure on Sunday and enabled him to win the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am for the second time in three years.
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Remember Brandt Snedeker? Sweet putting stroke, active tear ducts, the disposition (and hairdo) of a golden retriever? Well, Sneds is back, with a vengeance. On Sunday he wiped away a year and a half of mediocre golf with a dominant performance at Pebble Beach, earning his seventh career victory and reclaiming his rightful place among the elite of American golf.
In a two-year span, Brandt Snedeker went from world No. 4 to a player outside the top 60 who was qualified for only one major and no World Golf Championship events.