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The Tour Report

February 7 2013

2:32 PM

Four now setting pace at Pebble

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- Bob Estes remains in the lead at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Thursday but he has more company at the top of the leaderboard now.

Estes, who is through 11 holes at Spyglass Hills, is  tied with rookie Henrik Norlander, Heath Slocum and Ted Potter Jr. The other three are playing Pebble Beach and are through 10, 8 and 7 holes, respectively.

Slocum, who is making his 2013 debut, birdied No. 5, eagled the sixth and birdied No. 7. Norlander started on the back nine and turned in 32 thanks to three birdies, one bogey and an 11-foot eagle on the 18th hole. Potter, who won last year's Greenbrier Classic, has birdied four of his first seven holes.

Jason Bohn, who is playing with former Secretary of State Condoleeeza Rice, heads a group of 10 players at 3 under. He and Rice, who is one of two new female members at Augusta National, are through 10 holes.