Phil Mickelson shot a 74 on Sunday to finish at 5-under for the tournament, tied for 19th place.
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Mickelson was harsh in his assessment of his opening round 71 on Thursday: "I can't remember swinging this bad in a long time," he said. "I'm doing everything wrong."
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After several lead changes and rain delays, Gary Woodland finished tied with Ryan Moore for the lead at 14-under. Their playoff was postponed to Monday due to darkness.
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Woodland had a chance to win the title on 18, but he missed a 10-foot birdie putt by an inch.
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Ryan Moore's up-and-down recovery on 18 forced a sudden-death playoff with co-leader Gary Woodland.
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Kiradech Aphibarnrat of Thailand finished a stroke off the lead, missing an opportunity to become the first Thai winner on the PGA Tour. He admitted that his nerves got the better of him on Sunday's back nine: "Every time I look at a scoreboard, they put a lot of pressure (on) me," he said.
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Chris Stroud shared the lead with Ryan Moore heading into Sunday's final round, but two bogeys and a double on 9 dashed his hopes for his first PGA Tour victory. He finished tied for third with Aphibarnrat.
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Seven birdies on Sunday sent Australia's Aaron Baddeley rocketing up the leaderboard. His final round 66 moved him into fifth place.
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An opening round 78 hurt Bubba Watson's chances from the start. His final round 73 didn't help either. He finished tied for 31st at 3-under.
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Keegan Bradley led the field after Day 2, but he struggled on the weekend, finishing with rounds of 76 and 72 to drop him into 10th place.
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