How to watch Monday coverage of AT&T Pebble Beach Pro

How to watch Monday coverage of AT&T Pebble Beach Pro

Asked in a greenside interview what the performance did for his confidence, Mickelson said: "Absolutely nothing, because it's nothing like the course we'll see".

Instead, he had to return early Monday morning to complete his 44th PGA Tour victory, claiming a fifth AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am while also becoming the eighth-oldest victor in PGA Tour history.

The unfortunate part of the storm that passed through is that it forced a second delay in the final round (at 10:30 a.m. local time) as PGA Tour officials took all the players on the course. Mickelson poured it on, showing his skills have not deteriorated a bit at age 48, controlling spin beautifully to back pin positions.

The most recent discovery was something he dropped after Friday's round about some extra distance he picked up.

"I believe that if I play my best, if Tiger plays his best, it's good enough to win on any week", said Mickelson.

"My game is definitely there; I just need to put four rounds together and if I can, I will definitely win". "So that led me to be pretty optimistic heading into this year".

"That's probably a good omen", Mickelson said. He says he had as much fun winning at Pebble Beach as when he finished one shot behind in the Desert Classic three weeks ago.

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I've received stick for years for backing Mickelson repeatedly in tournaments he likes but it's paid off yet again and I've already backed him for this week's Genesis Open too.

He is now ranked 17th in the world and has positioned himself for a run at another Presidents Cup team. Bob Estes shot a 68 to finish third at 13 under, and David Toms was another stroke back after a 70.

He will return to Pebble Beach in June for the U.S. Open, where he made his pro debut in 1992.

After a late morning hailstorm delayed play by more than two hours, Mickelson wasted no time in making up the three-shot deficit to Casey. "The rough will be so deep and the greens will be so fast, it will be a totally different course". But that talk is for a different day.

"I really don't think there's any carry-over from here to the U.S. Open".

Woods posted consecutive rounds of 71 and he needed to post a low number to get near the top of the leaderboard heading into the final day, and while it didn't pan out for Woods, the improvement was impossible to ignore.

A dream? Perhaps. But you can bet Mickelson sees such a scenario playing out clear as day.

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