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Continuing with our Duffer's Diary, 1110 KBND's roving reporter, Scott Robson files this report on the first full day of pro play at the 2011 AT& T National Pro Am Tournament in Pebble Beach: Dustin Johnson birdied his final hole at the Monterey Peninsula Country Club for a 1 over 71 in his bid to become the first player to win this event three consecutive times. He opened with a 7 under- 65 in 2009 and an 8 under 64 in 2010, both at Pebble Beach. Johnson's a four time PGA tour winner and is looking to be the first player since Tiger Woods to win in four consecutive years straight out of college. With a win in 2011, Dustin Johnson would join four players with three or more victories at the AT& T at Pebble Beach National Pro Am: Mark O'Meara with five, Jack Nicklaus with three, Johnny Miller, three and Phil Mickelson with three.

 
 

Another entry in our Duffers' Diary Day 3: The tournament kicked off with an exciting feat from Alex Cejka and Scott Robson files this report:   Alex Cejka. He shot a 64 yesterday, had his first albatross of the season. There were 6 overall in 2010. On his first hole, a par 5-10th, with a driver and 3-wood; 248 yards in. Dating from 1982, he's the only player to start a tour event with an albatross. Cejka is making his 7th start at Pebble Beach. He ended his round with a six-under 64.

 

 

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