PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. —
“I’ve gone there in the past thinking I can contend, and this year I’m going in knowing that I can contend, and knowing that winning is not a far-fetched idea. It’s very much a reality,” Snedeker said. “And to do that, I’ve got to do the same stuff I’ve done this week and the last three weeks — be very simple, do the small stuff really well.
“I know that if I play the way I played the last three weeks that there’s very few people in the world that can beat me,” he said. “And I will relish that challenge being there Sunday trying to beat the best player in the world or whoever it may be down the back nine at Augusta. That’s something I look forward to instead of dreading maybe four years ago.”