Sports Illustrated’s Best Photos from Pebble Beach

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Rarely was it rough going for Phil Mickelson in the final round, when Lefty -- despite this choppy moment -- shot a bogey-free 64 to come from six strokes down to win the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am and become the ninth player to reach 40 PGA Tour victories.
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Mickelson's effort at Pebble was especially surprising given his poor start to the season.
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Mickelson was paired with Tiger Woods in the final round.
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For three days Woods looked like his old self, but his game deserted him on Sunday.
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Woods ended up shooting a 75 in the final round, finishing tied for 15th place.
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"Anything I tried to do wasn't working," Woods said.
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Longtime caddie Jim Mackay helped Mickelson dial in on Sunday to shoot his second-best round ever at Pebble.
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Mickelson's putting was clutch all day. He made two long par putts on the back nine that ended up being essential to his two-stroke victory.
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Woods did have some positives to take away from Pebble Beach. He began the tournament with three rounds in the 60s to put himself in contention to win again.
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A more outgoing Woods shared a laugh with Mackay, but he wasn't happy after his round. "All I had to do was get off to a good, solid start today. And I didn't do that,'' Woods said.