2012 WGC-HSBC Champions at Mission Hills

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Ian Poulter shot a final-round 65 to erase a four-shot deficit and win the WGC-HSBC Champions by two shots.
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Poulter's familiar celebratory scream -- which was on full display one month ago at the Ryder Cup -- made an appearance at Mission Hills.
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It was Poulter's first win on either the PGA Tour or European Tour this season.
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Phil Mickelson shot a 68 to finish in a four-way tie for second place.
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Ernie Els shot a 67 and tied for second.
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Lee Westwood (teeing off) began the day tied for the lead with Louis Oosthuizen, but both players struggled to 72s and tied for sixth.
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Jason Dufner shot a 64 to climb into a tie for second.
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Lee Westwood rang up 11 birdies on Saturday while shooting a 61 to pull into a tie for the lead heading into Sunday.
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Westwood began the day in 12th place, but his third-round charge has him in position to win the HSBC Champions on Sunday.
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Phil Mickelson shot a 66 and trails by three shots heading into Sunday's final round.
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Ernie Els briefly took the lead on Saturday, but a late double bogey dropped him into a tie for fourth heading into Sunday.
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Louis Oosthuizen shot a 70 and is tied for the lead with Westwood.
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Ian Poulter is tied for fourth, four shots off the leaders.
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Louis Oosthuizen fired a 63 to set a WGC 36-hole record and open a five-shot lead at the HSBC Champions.
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Oosthuizen made eight birdies, an eagle, and one bogey on his round.
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Phil Mickelson shot a 69 and is tied for sixth.
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Ernie Els match Oosthuizen with a 63 on Friday to pull into a tie for second place.
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Jason Dufner shot a 66 on Friday and is tied for fourth heading into the weekend.
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Adam Scott shot a seven-under 65 in the opening round to share the lead. Scott is seeking his first win of 2012.
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Phil Mickelson shot a six-under 66 in his opening round. Mickelson is a two-time winner at this event.
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Bubba Watson shot a 66 on Thursday and is one shot back. He played with Peter Hanson (background), who also fired a 66.
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Martin Kaymer had a great view as he attempted his second shot on the par-4 15th hole. He shot a four-under 68.
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Louis Oosthuizen matched Scott with a 65 to share the opening-round lead.
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Keegan Bradley opened with a one-under 71.