Dustin Johnson and Beau Hossler tied for Pebble Beach lead

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He was hanging round at 5 under, not far from the lead, when he drove to the front of the par-4 fifth hole at Monterey Peninsula, leaving him a 70-foot eagle putt. He ran that about 6 feet past the hole, and then missed his birdie putt. But then he missed his par putt from 3 feet, and it ran about 6 feet by the hole, and he missed that one. That’s five putts for a double bogey, and two more bogeys led to a 74 and left him in danger of missing the cut.



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