Seamus Power finished in a tie for ninth at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am as USA's Tom Hoge emerged victorious to claim his first win on the PGA Tour.
Wateford's Power, who had surged into a five-shot lead after the first two rounds of the tournament before slipping back into the chasing pack after Saturday, ultimately finished on 13 under after a final-round 72, six shots off Hoge's total.
He managed three birdies but a double bogey on eight and a dropped shot on the ninth saw Power card a level-par round in California.
Hoge, meanwhile, finished two shots clear of three-time major winner Jordan Spieth after a 68 featuring seven birdies, which saw him top of the standings on 19 under.
Beau Hossler was another shot further back in third, ahead of Patrick Cantlay and Troy Merritt who finished in a tie for fourth on 15 under.
A back nine to remember at Pebble Beach.@HogeGolf birdies four holes on the way in to claim his first TOUR win @ATTProAm. pic.twitter.com/EAM8yO99yn— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 6, 2022