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04:25  11 february  2019
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Casey leads by 3 over Mickelson at Pebble Beach

Casey leads by 3 over Mickelson at Pebble Beach Paul Casey was far away from all the antics and quietly put together another solid round Saturday for a 5-under 67 that gave him a three-shot lead over Phil Mickelson going into the final day of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Casey had four birdies over his last 10 holes at Spyglass Hill in a mixture of rain, sunshine and wind. He finished at 15-under 200, the fourth time on the PGA Tour had he has led going into the final round. RELATED: Leaderboard ''I am having a blast,'' Casey said. Mickelson was part of the celebrity rotation at Pebble Beach and put on a show on the back nine, stuffing a wedge to 3 feet on No.

Phil Mickelson , a four-time winner at Pebble Beach, shot an opening-round 6-under 65 on the Shore Course to sit one shot back of leaders Brian Gay and Bill Murray kept everyone laughing even after his round, when a volunteer asked him to sign his cap. Murray noticed Pat Perez had already signed it

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Mickelson beats everyone but the dark at Pebble © The Associated Press Phil Mickelson follows his approach shot from the fourth fairway of the Pebble Beach Golf Links during the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournament Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019, in Pebble Beach, Calif. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Phil Mickelson put himself on the brink of a fifth victory in the AT&T Pebble Beach pro-am by turning a three-shot deficit into a three-shot lead when a wild day of weather kept him from finishing Sunday.

Mickelson will have to return at 8 a.m. Monday to play the last two holes.

About the only thing that didn't go Mickelson's way was the timing. The final round started an hour late because of rain, and then was delayed two more hours when sunshine gave way to a hail storm that covered greens in white.

Phil Mickelson poised to pocket landmark Pebble Beach Pro-Am win

Phil Mickelson poised to pocket landmark Pebble Beach Pro-Am win This one really matters to Phil Mickelson. His grandfather, Al Santos, was a caddie at Pebble Beach. Mickelson has won the AT&T Pro-Am four times, more than any player not named Mark O’Meara. And the U.S. Open returns here in June, the one title Mickelson craves more than all others. Oh, and one more not-so-incidental detail: He’s 48 years old. Few players remain relevant on the PGA Tour at that age, but Mickelson keeps chugging along. He won last year’s World Golf Championship event in Mexico City, threatened to win last month’s Desert Classic (he tied for second) and put himself in great position again Sunday at Pebble Beach.

Phil Mickelson takes a pretty good fall while searching for his ball on 18 at Pebble Beach. Ouch! Jim Nantz said it best "That's no good!".

Mickelson delivered plenty of golf entertainment at Pebble Beach, particularly a wedge Those all occurred in the last three years, and while he was beaten by great closing rounds of great players He made his PGA Tour debut 18 years ago at Pebble Beach, missing the cut with Seth Waugh, now the

Mickelson wanted to finish, even in the dark. Paul Casey says he could barely see on the 16th hole.

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Phil Mickelson goes next-level Phil Mickelson, plays flop shot OVER a hospitality stand at Riviera's 18th hole.
Just when you thought we've seen everything from Phil Mickelson, his short-game repertoire has officially been expanded. Add "flop shot over an enormous hospitality chalet" to the list of shots the 44-time PGA Tour winner is willing to pull off. On the final hole of his second round, Phil pulled his approach to Riviera County Club's 18th hole way right—so much so that it bounded down the cart path and came to rest next to the tee at the 10th hole. In between Phil and the 18th green was a huge hospitality grandstand, which would've entitled Phil to take relief and get a drop for line of sight. But this is Phil Mickelson.

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