D.A. Points showed Houston how to celebrate when he drained an 8-footer on the 18th hole to seal the tournament.
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For yet another week, weather threatened a PGA Tour event. Late Sunday afternoon, downpours in Houston stopped play. The tournament resumed three hours later.
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Points is not sponsored by Lego. That belt buckle is just his good luck charm.
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Phil Mickelson thrilled the Houston crowd on Sunday when he opened with four straight birdies, but he wasn't able to sustain his charge.
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Mickelson his one of two 3-woods he carried this week on the seventh hole Sunday. He promised to unveil a "special club" Monday for the Masters.
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Dustin Johnson stormed into contention with a front-nine 31 on Sunday. While he fell short in Houston, Johnson's game is looking sharp going into Augusta.
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Unfortunately for the Houston galleries (and viewers at home), Johnson's girlfriend Paulina Gretzky was not seen at Shell Houston Open on Sunday.
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Rory McIlroy hits from a bunker on the eighth hole. McIlroy, who shot 70 on Sunday, made a lot of San Antonio fans happy when he decided over lunch Friday to play the Valero Texas Open.
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After his round, McIlroy said he felt good about his game. Earlier this week, his swing coach Michael Bannon pronounced McIlroy "fixed."
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Remember him? In Houston, Stewart Cink showed his game might be rounding into form at the right time.
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Lee Westwood tends the pin on the second hole on Sunday. This Top 10 finish was a good bounce back for Westwood after his T63 finish at Bay Hill.
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Billy Horschel shot a gutsy 66 on Sunday, but it wasn't low enough to get into the winner's circle.
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Jason Kokrak's Cinderella story at the Houston Open ended with a water ball on 18. A pumpkin was later spotted in the parking lot.
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Stenson shot 66 on Sunday to get into contention and, more importantly, to secure a spot in the Masters. "I said to my caddie walking up 18, 'No matter what, we're playing for a green jacket in a couple of weeks,"' Stenson said.
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Ben Crane fist-bumps his caddie Joel Stock on the first hole. Crane got his first top 10 finish of the year in Houston.
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