Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Mickelson wraps up fifth Pebble Beach win

Mickelson wraps up fifth Pebble Beach win

"I get exactly where Paul is coming from", Mickelson later said. Casey finished alone in second place; Stallings completed play Sunday.

It was a decision Mickelson clearly disagreed with, visibly shaking his head when the horn blew to officially halt play.

Casey was pleased to join Colleran as a Pro-Am champion after a near miss past year. "I'll deal with that in six months".

The five-time Major victor has nothing to prove to anyone although I can't help thinking that Tiger Woods's return to winning ways a year ago might have spurred him on.

Expanding on why he felt his performance at Pebble Beach boded well for Augusta, the three-time Masters victor said: "The two areas that you have to be at your best to play well at Augusta are you've got to hit the ball long and have a really good short game and those were two areas that were very helpful here".

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His brilliant play still shared the stage with weather that was freaky even by Pebble standards.

Greens quickly were covered by the tiny white pellets, and workers went from using squeegees for excess water to power blowers to remove the hail.

He believes power and the short game are the keys at the Masters and Pebble Beach confirmed not just that he's on track to contend at Augusta, but that there's hope for golf's 40-somethings, including Tiger Woods. Patrick Reed's brother laid on his back and tried to make a snow angel.

Casey took a three-shot lead into the final round but ends the week three strokes back after a one-under 71, with the two-time PGA Tour victor finding plenty of positives heading into this week's Genesis Open. "The rough will be so deep and the greens will be so fast, it will be a totally different course". Casey had great par saves, and then Mickelson took off.

But the final day, and all week, was about the ageless Mickelson.

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He just didn't want to stay another day.

"It's dark and we're going to have a good chance tomorrow to come out on fresh greens".

"I thanked Paul this morning for letting us finish today", he said of the delayed finish.

Those two will still be rivals when they reach the seniors circuit and I think there's an element of "I'll show you I can still do it" about Mickelson's own recent good form.

After playing the 17th and 18th on Monday, Mickelson admitted Casey was right. Scott Piercy had a 15-foot putt that was slightly uphill, and he still ran it 7 feet by the hole and three-putted for bogey.

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Scot Russell Knox closed at nine under after a fourth-round level-par 72, one shot clear of Northern Irishman Graeme McDowell.

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