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SportPhil Mickelson’s Fifth Win at Pebble Beach Came a Few Months Too Early

03:35  12 february  2019
03:35  12 february  2019 Source:   thebiglead.com

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.

Philip Alfred Mickelson (born June 16, 1970), nicknamed Lefty, is an American professional golfer. He has won 44 events on the PGA Tour, including five major championships: three Masters titles

Phil Mickelson on the Brink of Fifth Win at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Reddit. The delay kept Mickelson from finishing off a remarkable rally in which he turned a three-shot deficit against Paul Casey into a three-shot lead until it was too dark to finish the last two holes.

Phil Mickelson’s Fifth Win at Pebble Beach Came a Few Months Too Early© Getty Getty Phil Mickelson won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AM on Monday morning after the final round was suspended due to darkness on Sunday. The 48-year-old, five-time major winner took home his second tournament in the last two years after not having won since 2013.

The PGA Tour is making another stop at Pebble Beach this season for the U.S. Open, and that is the only major championship Mickelson hasn't won. In fact, he's finished second six times. This is obviously the one major that Phil needs to win to lock up the career grand slam.

Mickelson appears to be trending upward, as he also finished second at the Desert Classic in January. But his win at Pebble may have come too early in the season?

Watch PGA Tour players, caddies react like kids when hail hits Pebble Beach

Watch PGA Tour players, caddies react like kids when hail hits Pebble Beach We can't remember the last time we saw players and caddies make snow angels and throw snowballs at a PGA Tour event, but it happened at Pebble on Sunday

Phil Mickelson interview after Round 4 of AT&T Pebble Beach . He also won at Pebble Beach in 2005, 2007 and 2012. “I’ve got two difficult holes coming up and it’ s been a great day so far It seems like a Mickelson win is a formality, but as Pebble Beach has shown in a week that started with the

The official PGA TOUR profile of Phil Mickelson . PGA TOUR stats, video, photos, results, and Founded in 2004, the Phil and Amy Mickelson Foundation is a nonprofit focused on supporting a The win came in his 578th career start at the age of 47 years, 5 months , 12 days and improved his

As Jim Nantz stated in a post I wrote earlier this year, Pebble Beach seems like the ideal place for Lefty to finally get that U.S. Open win. But to take it home, he would have to win at the same venue twice in one season. That seems like a tall task, but Phil sees it a little differently right now.

"I just think that both myself and Tiger are going to have a really, really good year this year," Mickelson said.

Mickelson's win at Pebble marks the third time in the last four years that he's finished in the top two. He finished second in 2016 and tied for second in 2018, but it is the fifth time he's won the event in his career.

It would be amazing for Phil to claim the career grand slam at Pebble with a second win there this season.

Hopefully he can do just that.

Mickelson beats everyone but the dark at Pebble

Mickelson beats everyone but the dark at Pebble Phil Mickelson goes from a three-shot deficit to a three-shot lead at Pebble Beach when the final round is suspended by darkness. The wild day featured rain, sunshine and a hail storm that halted play and leads to first Monday finish since 2000

Phil Mickelson wins at Pebble Beach . - Phil Mickelson rallied from six shots behind to win for the fourth time at Pebble Beach , a final round made even more memorable by He has been taking big strides with his game over the past few months , and he looked poised to break through after a 67 in

Phil Mickelson is the name that comes to mind among golfers who swing from the other side of the Potter, 34, turned pro out of high school, won a few dozen mini-tour events, missed 24 consecutive Phil Mickelson missed out on his fifth Pebble Beach Pro-Am victory, but he' s happy with the state of

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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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