Jordan Spieth's charge at the AT&T Pebble Open Pro-Am fell short as Tom Hoge claimed a maiden PGA Tour title by two shots on Sunday.

Hoge enjoyed a three-under stretch over the closing five holes to card a four-under 68 which was enough for victory, finishing 19 under after 72 holes.

The 32-year-old American birdied the 18th but had to wait for Beau Hossler, who needed an eagle on the final hole to force a play-off. Hossler made a bogey instead, meaning he finished third at 16 under, with Spieth runner-up at 17 under.

"It feels pretty good, almost a little of bit of shock," Hoge told CBS after his round. "It's been so long since I've won anything that I forgot how to celebrate on the 18th."

Hoge started the day in a three-way tie for the lead alongside Hossler and Andrew Putnam, one ahead of Spieth, Patrick Cantlay and Joel Dahmen, but had a double bogey on the fifth hole along with a bogey on the eighth.

"It was a weird day," Hoge added. "I felt I made too many mistakes early on, but I looked up and I was still right in the game at the turn. Luckily, I made a few putts on the back nine."

Three-time major winner Spieth failed to birdie any of his final five holes, and with a bogey on the 17th his hopes slipped away.

Spieth had stormed into contention after a remarkable performance on Saturday, with a nine-under 63 featuring eight birdies and an eagle.

"Solid week. Any time you're tied for the lead in the back nine on Sunday it's disappointing if you don’t win," Spieth told CBS.

"Today I felt like I got a little off with the driver but hit a lot of shots where I wanted, but it was a couple of inches here or there on the green."

PGA Tour player of the year Cantlay had three birdies on his first six holes but drifted out of contention to finish 15 under, alongside Troy Merritt in a tie for fourth.