Feb 10, 2013
Alameda's James Hahn will play in Sunday's final pairing at AT&T Pro-Am
Carding three rounds under par at a PGA Tour event is always a good thing. If you are a PGA Tour rookie, those three rounds are 71, 65, and 66, and you are tied for 1st place with the reigning FedEx Cup champion going into Sunday at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am , you are probably pinching yourself to see if you are dreaming.
James Hahn goes low, moves up, on 2nd day of AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
In four PGA Tour starts this season, rookie phenom James Hahn has demonstrated that he has the ability to go low: he posted a pair of 67s at the Sony Open, bookended his run at the Humana Challenge with scores of 63 and 62, and closed out the Waste Management Phoenix Open with a 62.