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Phil Mickelson

Phil Mickelson won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AM on Monday morning after the final round was suspended due to darkness on Sunday.

No doubt, Mickelson wanted to get home to Southern California on Sunday night, and he clearly wasn't concerned about squandering a chance at victory because he couldn't see what he was doing.

Phil Mickelson surpassed $90million in prize money by winning the Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Monday and he had a novel idea of how he could get to nine figures.

"I did a lot of work in the two weeks that I had off and it showed nearly instantly and I'm already playing some good stuff".

The American is on 18 under with two holes left to play, with playing partner Paul Casey on 15 under.

At least Phil Mickelson didn't break his own record for the longest event in PGA Tour history. The greens were beat up.

I've received stick for years for backing Mickelson repeatedly in tournaments he likes but it's paid off yet again and I've already backed him for this week's Genesis Open too.

On Monday morning, he had a change of heart and said he thanked Casey for standing his ground.

Casey simply couldn't see, and we realized it was not possible to finish all 18 holes - "We can't finish two holes in six minutes", he said to the official - he opted to mark his ball on the 16th green.

Making it even more special is Pebble Beach, where he made his pro debut at the US Open in 1992, where he won the first of his five titles in another Monday finish in 1998, this one in August because of rain. It also moved him up 12 spots in the world rankings to No. 17 - one spot higher than he reached with last year's win at the WGC-Mexico Championship and his best world ranking since he was 16th in November 2016. We had a chance to come out today on fresh greens, better weather and being able to see a lot better. Mickelson marked his ball all week with a silver coin given to him by his grandfather, Al Santos, one of the original caddies at Pebble Beach in 1919. This could open the floodgates for Law, while David Drysdale's tie for fifth place made it a very good week for Scottish players in Victoria. This time, he closed with a 71 and lost to Mickelson's 65, which matched the low score of the final round.

How it bodes for the rest of the year - particularly in June when the US Open returns to Pebble Beach - was of little concern to Mickelson. "But I'll deal with that in [four] months".

"The bottom line is I have to do well between now and then but I so want to be there", said McDowell who is 246th in the world and not yet qualified for the Masters or the US PGA.

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