Jason Day ties for second at Pebble Beach

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"You don't know what's going to happen with your golf swing or your career".

Johnson was joined on 14 under by Phil Mickelson, Chez Reavie and Jason Day, with Kevin Streelman a further stroke back following a four-under 68. It's the second victory of his career, the first coming almost six years ago at the 2012 Greenbrier Classic. In 2014, he broke his ankle in a freak accident stepping off a curb. The injury required surgery and he has battled back since, earning his PGA Tour card via the Web.com Tour last season.

"It feels so good right now", he said.

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The win gets Potter a spot in the Masters this April, where he's made just one career appearance in 2013.

"He played great today, and this was special", said Streelman, who finished sixth among the pros and four shots back of victor Ted Potter Jr.

Potter was chasing history at the par-71 Monterey Peninsula layout, where he teed off on 10 and played his first seven holes in seven under par with five birdies and an eagle.Potter added four more birdies after the turn to seize the solo lead and take his total for the round to 11-under. That included a birdie chip from the rough on the par-three seventh hole. The Scottsdale resident went out in blemish-free 5-under, circling holes 1, 4, 6, 8 and 9, two from between 33 and 37 feet, but came home in birdie-less 1-over, squaring bogey-6 at 14.

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Johnson was hoping for a victory this week to strengthen his grip on his world number one ranking. After a bogey at the third, he rolled in birdies at the fourth, sixth and seventh - where he drained a 28-footer to get to 16-under for the tournament.

"All in all, still a good week, you know, T-two I guess is not awful, but I would have liked to put a little bit more pressure on Ted today", Johnson said. "A few bad iron shots cost me". Despite his stellar play in his last two tournaments, Day won't travel for this week's Genesis Open. He said he was "completely out of my element" this week, and that golf is "the hardest game out there".

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