2015 Shell Houston Open

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Jordan Spieth started the year with no status and reached the Tour Championship.
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Spieth nearly won the Masters last year.
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Starting the day one back of the lead, Phil Mickelson struggled to keep up with the leaders.
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He will look to capture his fourth green jacket next week at Augusta.
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Patrick Reed's five-under 67 included a hole-in-one at the 16th hole.
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Keegan Bradley had a solid round and will be within striking distance on Sunday.
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Austin Cook went low in the third round and battled for the lead all day.
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One shot back of McIlroy with two holes to play, Mickelson hit two wedges into the water on the par-5 eighth and took a quadruple-bogey 9. His 71 dropped him to T28.
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Though he failed to card a single birdie on Thursday, Mickelson dropped 9 birdies and an eagle on Saturday.
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"I just love the fact I am in contention and have an opportunity in my first tournament of the year here in Abu Dhabi," Mickelson said. "The biggest thing for me is that each day as the tournament has progressed I have felt a lot sharper and sharper."
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Jordan Spieth started the year with no status and reached the Tour Championship.
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Keegan Bradley is one of several pros who will be affected by the PGA Tour's decision to adopt or reject the proposed ban on anchored putting.
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