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Pebble Beach Final Round - News and Notes

*Matt Gogel collected $720,000 for his victory, and surpassed the $2 million mark in career earnings. Over half ($1,098,066/52.67%) have come at this event.
*Tiger Woods never fully recovered from the flu-like symptoms he experienced earlier in the week. Woods, the 2000 Pebble Beach champion, shot 4-under 68 to finish the tournament tied for 12th at 6-under.
Im showing signs that I am improving and starting to feel a little bit more comfortable with the moves Im making (in my swing), he said.
*Brian Claar and amateur Randall Mays won the pro-am portion of the event with a 33-under-par 255 total. Claar won $10,000, while Mays collected a Waterford crystal bowl. Woods and partner Jerry Chang finished tied for 14th at 24-under in their title defense.
*Singer Glen Frey won the Jack Lemmon Award, which is given to the amateur who most helps his professional partner. Frey helped Craig Stadler with 31 strokes over the 72 holes. The two finished in second place at 32-under.
*Andrew Magee, who is using his one-time top-50 career money list exemption, earned more money this week than he did all of last year. Magee won $232,000 for finishing tied with Lee Janzen for third place. Magee earned $175,108 in finishing 180th on the 2001 money list.
*Brent Schwarzrock had more on his mind than golf this week. After shooting a 64 to take the first-round lead, he took his girlfriend to the Seal Rock overlook and proposed. Meg Fullmer, who had watched him play in a tournament for the first time Thursday, said yes. Schwarzrock went on to shoot 75-70-74 to finish tied for 15th place at 5-under 283.
*Mike Weir played with a fellow lefty all four days. He played the first three rounds with Phil Mickelson, and the last with Kevin Wentworth. Weir finished at 1-over 289.
Full-field scores from the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am