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SportsPhil Mickelson was so annoyed when play got called at Pebble Beach with two holes left

13:00  11 february  2019
13:00  11 february  2019 Source:

Johnson, Gretzky headline featured pairings at Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Johnson, Gretzky headline featured pairings at Pebble Beach Pro-Am The PGA Tour heads to one of the most iconic golf locations in the world for the Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The tournament will be played across three golf courses - Pebble Beach Golf Links (PB), Spyglass Hill Golf Course (SH), and Monterey Peninsula Country Club's Shore Course (MP) - with the cut coming after 54 holes. Some of the Tour's biggest names are in attendance along with celebrity amateurs like Wayne Gretzky and Tony Romo. Here are some featured groups' tee times for Round 1 through 3 (All times ET). Group 1: Dustin Johnson - Wayne Gretzky, Jordan Spieth - Jake Owen Thursday - MP - 11:11 a.m. Friday - SH - 12:50 p.m. Saturday - PB - 11:55 a.m.

Phil Mickelson was part of a five-way tie for first place Friday when play was suspended because of heavy rainfall during the second round of the Pebble Dustin Johnson, a two-time winner at this tournament, shot two over in his round at Spyglass Hill to fall to three under over all with two holes

Mickelson is one of 16 players in the history of golf to win at least three of the four majors.[4] He has Although otherwise right-handed, he played golf left -handed since he learned by watching his Mickelson , one of the favorites for the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach , shot 74 and 66 on Thursday and

Phil Mickelson was so annoyed when play got called at Pebble Beach with two holes left © USA TODAY USA TODAY

The final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am had some drama late Sunday afternoon, but it didn't have a finish.

That will happen on Monday morning when the leader (by three strokes), Phil Mickelson, and Paul Casey, whose in second place, get to finish by playing the 17th and 18th holes after play on Sunday was called due to darkness.

The drama came on the 16th hole when Mickelson made it clear that he wanted to do everything to finish the round, even if it was in the dark. Casey didn't want to do that, mostly because it was really dark out.

After some awkward discussions in which Phil seemed to try to force the tournament's hand and have the round go on, the horn was blown, signaling the end of the day.

Wild finish for Mickelson, wet one for Spieth at Pebble

Wild finish for Mickelson, wet one for Spieth at Pebble Wild finish for Mickelson, wet one for Spieth at Pebble

- A lefty won at Pebble Beach on Sunday, it just wasn't Lefty . Phil Mickelson is the name that comes to mind among golfers who swing from the other To suggest that the two golfers are quite different is an understatement akin to describing Pebble Beach as a nice place. They both play golf left -handed

Mickelson was part of the celebrity rotation at Pebble Beach and put on a show on the back nine Mickelson had consecutive bogeys as the wind and rain were at its worst along the coastal holes of The wind was strong enough off the Pacific that he had only a 4-iron into the 14th, and it never left the

Phil, who just wanted to wrap up his win and fly home on his private jet, was not happy at all when he heard the horn:

Now there is some good golf drama!

Part of Casey's reason to wanting to stop playing, besides that it was really dark out and golf is hard enough in the light, was that his partner is the leader by two strokes in the amateur side of things so he just wanted to give him a chance to not lose the thing in the dark.

Also, he still thinks he has a shot at catching Mickelson, which isn't wrong but will be really be hard to pull off with just two holes left.

But who can blame him for feeling that play should suspended - it was the right call.

Wild finish for Mickelson puts him in 4-way tie at Pebble

Wild finish for Mickelson puts him in 4-way tie at Pebble Phil Mickelson survives a wild finish to his round of 4-under 68. Jordan Spieth endures the worst of the rain and finally drops a shot on the restart to fall one shot behind. Mickelson is part of a four-way tie for the lead in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am . A four-time winner, Mickelson was among four players tied for the lead after the second round was completed Saturday morning because of rain. He avoided the worst of the weather, though he had to survive a wild finish of a birdie, three straight bogeys and a closing birdie for a 4-under 68 at Spyglass Hill.

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Play Like a Champion at Pebble Beach . Bobby Jones, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and Tiger Woods have all chased immortality here. Jordan Spieth, Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson are recent winners at Pebble Beach . There are so many special shots at Pebble Beach .

Phil will just have to deal with another night on the road before he cruises to his 44th victory Monday morning.


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