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Los Angeles Times reported "Phil Mickelson takes three-shot victory at Pebble Beach Pro-Am" on Tuesday

[] Phil Mickelson is closing in on three decades on the PGA Tour and a half-century on Earth, and he still feels his best golf is good enough A Monday finish brought on by rain and a freak hail storm was only a minor inconvenience for the 48-year-old Mickelson Mickelson was on the 17th tee, shaking his head when he heard the siren to stop play A Monday finish brought on by rain and a freak hail storm was only a minor inconvenience for Phil Mickelson, who won at Pebble Beach for the fifth time.

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Phil Mickelson secures three-shot win in Monday finish at Pebble Paul Casey made a final-hole birdie to post a final-round 71 and finish runner-up, with Scott Stallings - who began the day as clubhouse leader - a further stroke back in third Casey returned to knock in a four-foot putt to save par at the 16th and leave the pair separated by three heading to the par-three 17th, where both fired tee shots to within eight feet of the flag

Phil Mickelson secures three-shot win in Monday finish at Pebble Paul Casey made a final-hole birdie to post a final-round 71 and finish runner-up, with Scott Stallings - who began the day as clubhouse leader - a further stroke back in third Casey returned to knock in a four-foot putt to save par at the 16th and leave the pair separated by three heading to the par-three 17th, where both fired tee shots to within eight feet of the flag

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