Final round at 2012 Pebble Beach Pro-Am

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For the 30th time, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson were paired together at a PGA Tour event. Their head-to-head record heading into the day? 13-13-3.
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Mickelson become the ninth player to win 40 PGA Tour events.
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Mickelson started fast, and birdied three of his first five holes.
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Woods struggled on the greens all afternoon.
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Mickelson surged to the lead after making this eagle putt on the 6th hole.
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When they teed off on the 8th hole, Mickelson had the lead, and Woods was in third place.
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Mickelson went on to become the ninth player to win his 40th career PGA Tour event.
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Woods was seeking his first full-field PGA Tour win since 2009, and first with caddie Joe LaCava on his bag.
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Woods won the 2000 U.S. Open at Pebble by 15 shots -- arguably the most dominant performance in the history of the sport.
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Woods made bogeys at 7, 8, and 9 to fall off the pace.
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By the time they shook hands, Mickelson had beaten Woods by 11 shots -- 64 to 75.
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Mickelson credited a Friday pep talk with his wife, Amy, for his improved play on the weekend.
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Overnight leader Charlie Wi four-putted the first green for a double-bogey 6. He went on to shoot a 72 and finish alone in second.
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Ricky Barnes shot a 67 to finish alone in third place.
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Kevin Streelman was in contention for most of the day before finishing bogey-bogey-double bogey.