Sunday, February 15, 2015
Notre Dame alum and Board of Trustee member Jimmy Dunne III '78, finished in third place this afternoon at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am!
Dunne and U.S. Ryder Cup team member Patrick Reed finished at (-39) for the four-day tournament -- just three shots behind the winning team of Pat Perez and his amateur partner Michael Lund (co-founder of Pandora).
Jimmy had quite a week on the Pacific coastline -- he contributed TWENTY-SEVEN STROKES to their team score -- with handicap -- over the four-day tournament.
Dunne shot a 69 at Pebble Beach (without handicap) on Thursday -- beating his playing partner Patrick Reed (who shot a 70), the #15 ranked player in the world!!!
Congratulations Jimmy -- I don't think an amateur had a better tournament than you this week!
Photo above: That is Jimmy in a pink shirt / white pants on the 13th tee at Monterey Peninsula Country Club during Friday's round -- as his PGA Tour playing partner Patrick Reed tees off.
LINK: FINAL LEADERBOARD
Posted by Jim Small at 6:30 PM
If you're hoping to see Notre Dame Board of Trustee member Jimmy Dunne '78, on TV today -- you'll want to be watching the first two hours of the Golf Channel's coverage (1:00 PM ET to 2:30 PM ET) of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
CBS picks up their coverage beginning at 3:00 PM ET going to 6:30 PM ET.
Dunne and his PGA Tour playing partner Patrick Reed tee-off at 12:35 PM ET off of the 10th tee at Pebble Beach -- meaning they'll be playing the closing holes on the back nine around 2 PM ET or so...
Jimmy's the only amateur in the foursome of Patrick Reed, Dudley Hart and Greg Chalmers -- should be quite a day for the Domer!
They are in FIFTH PLACE going into today's Final Round -- five strokes behind the leaders.
LINK: TEE TIMES AND PAIRINGS
Posted by Jim Small at 9:31 AM
Posted by Jim Small at 12:03 AM