Published November 20, 2014
Sunday's final round at Pebble Beach was to-head.
Neither was in the lead to start the round, but that changed quickly after Mickelson went five-under par through six holes and was well on his way to victory with two-thirds of the round still to go.
Mickelson fired a bogey-free eight-under 64 to win the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am by two shots over Charlie Wi. Mickelson, who had the low round of the day by three strokes, picked up his fourth win at this event at 17-under 269.
It was Mickelson's 40th PGA Tour victory, putting him alone in ninth place on the all-time wins list.
Woods never got anything going and missed several short putts. He struggled to a three-over 75 to slide into a tie for 15th place at eight-under 278.
Wi, the third-round leader, fought off some early struggles to post an even- par 72 but ended alone in second place at 15-under 271. It marked the third straight week that the 54-hole leader failed to hang on for the victory.
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