2013 Scottish Open

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Phil Mickelson celebrates his Scottish Open win Sunday with his wife Amy and children Evan, Amanda and Sophia at Castle Stuart Golf Links.
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Phil Mickelson and Branden Grace shake ends after Mickelson won their first playoff hole Sunday.
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Phil Mickelson hits a shot from a pot bunker on the 16th hole of Castle Stuart Golf Links on Sunday. Mickelson played the Scottish Open as a tune-up for this week's British Open at Muirfield.
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Ominous clouds cover Castle Stuart as Phil Mickelson makes his third shot on the 18th hole Sunday. Mickelson made bogey on the hole, but won the tournament in a playoff.
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Phil Mickelson embraces his wife Amy on Sunday after his Scottish Open win.
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Phil Mickelson poses with the Scottish Open trophy after his first-ever win in the UK.
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I have kept the ball in play as well as I ever have (on links),'' said Mickelson.
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Amy Mickelson with their children Amanda (left), Evan and Sophia during the third round.
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Phil Mickelson fired a bogey-free 66 Saturday to finish two strokes off the lead.
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Henrik Stenson leads by two strokes heading into the final round.
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"The way I played today, that was top-10 standard," Stenson said. "It's as good as I have hit the ball all season."
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Niclas Fasth's ball landed in a woman's shoe on the 18th hole. Fasth was able to take a drop and he finished with a birdie.
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Peter Uihlein made six birdies, two bogeys and a double bogey.
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Paul Casey made six birdies and two bogeys for a four-under 68.
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Francesco Molinari made four birdies and four bogeys.
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Martin Laird is four back after a three-under 69.