Nick Taylor goes wire to wire to win at AT&T Pebble Beach and Streelman and Seminole Club member Larry Fitzgerald win the Pro-AM for the 2nd time in 3 years. Rumor is Larry is a huge sandbagger but does play well when the pressure is on (i.e. Pro - Am's, Monday after the Masters, and the Pow Wow after Honda Classic). On Sunday, Nick Taylor won his second TOUR event, shooting a gritty 2-under 70 to go wire-to-wire at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am while staring down a World Golf Hall of Famer in the final group. “Nick played better than I did,” said Phil Mickelson, the 44-time TOUR winner who shot a 74. Phil’s sixth win in this event was treated by some as fate accomplished. Even a Toronto Star headline Sunday morning declared, Canada’s Taylor in Mickelson’s way at Pebble Beach. 9 Four-Ballers selected the trusty lefty, Phil Mickelson and received 3rd place money in the 500K+ range. No changes at the top of the leaderboard as Steve Lee's "Slice is Right" team still has a 200K+ lead over the Isenbeck family who are both tied for 3rd who have had the same 3 picks in our first events. Seems they be in this together sharing knowledge. The payment deadline came and passed with most of you being the good citizens / invitees that you are and making arrangements with us to fulfill the financial obligation and we both Thank You. This week we head to LA and the incredible Riviera Country Club, 7,322 yards, par 71. A long-time PGA TOUR host club, Riviera will also be the site of the 2028 Olympic events. This is the first year that the tournament will be played as an invitational. The field is now 120 players, and the winner receives a three-year exemption, putting the Genesis on par with the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard and Jack Nicklaus’ Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide.