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Casey leads Mickelson by 3 at AT&T Pro-Am; Spieth falters late
So what if it's been a rainy week on the Monterey Peninsula? Phil Mickelson heads a list of chasers looking to track down leader Paul Casey on Sunday on one of the most iconic venues in golf, Pebble Beach. Here's how the stage was set Saturday at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am:
DiMeglio: Don’t blame J.B. Holmes, PGA Tour is in no hurry to fix slow play
MEXICO CITY - With the golf tournament nearing its end, a camera zoomed in on two ducks on the bank behind the 18th green. Without hesitation, the announcer said the cute chicks were eggs when the last group of the day began play.
García, Kuchar and Holmes: three golfers out of touch with reality
The World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship is an unlikely saviour for the sport. At the first staging of this tournament, in 2017, players and caddies were affected by sickness to such an extent that an emergency ward by the 18th green would have been a valid addition. The impact on last year
Sobel’s WGC-Mexico Preview: Should We Tail Winners or Runners-up? The Data May Surprise You
Dustin Johnson (+1100) and Justin Thomas (+1100) are co-favorites to win the WGC-Mexico Championship this weekend. Thomas is coming off a second-place finish last weekend, is it a good idea to back golfers the week after finishing No. 2?
Justin Thomas could rebound right away from Riviera meltdown
The West Coast swing on the 2019 PGA Tour schedule is complete and prior to kicking off the Florida swing, we take a trip down to Mexico City and Club de Golf Chapultepec for the first World Golf Championship of the season.
DraftKings PGA: WGC-Mexico Championship
This article is part of our DraftKings PGA series. The first WGC event of the year brings together 72 of the best golfers in the world. But not the best 72. And, this year, not even the very best. World No. 1 Justin Rose is taking a pass, delivering a black eye to an event that has been losing golfe
Ryder Cup 2020: Five things US captain Steve Stricker will be considering
The course set-up Stricker and his advisors will pay particular attention to what style of course has suited the American players in the past, and I suspect they will use Hazeltine as a blueprint for success.
McIlroy not fearful about Woods injury
Rory McIlroy says Tiger Woods' 11th-hour withdrawal from the PGA Tour's Arnold Palmer Invitational is not cause for long-term injury concern. Woods, a record eight-time winner at Bay Hill, announced his withdrawal on Monday from the event in the Orlando area - citing a "neck strain that I've had for
Paul Casey slips into three-shot lead in California
Paul Casey, of England, follows his drive from the 18th tee of the Spyglass Hill Golf Course during the third round of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Jason Day, who was a runner-up to Ted Potter past year along with Mickelson and Dustin Johnson, was one over after 10 holes in his second round at Spyglass
Fantasy Insider: World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship
Brooks Koepka will make his fourth start this season at the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship. (Getty Images) If you play PGA TOUR Fantasy Golf, only the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship contributes to the game, so this week's Fantasy Insider focuses on that tournament. Howeve
Roundup: Casey vaults clear
Pebble Beach (PB) – Among the pre-round leaders playing the host course Jordan Spieth (74), Jason Day (72) and Scott Langley (73) struggled, Phil Mickelson’s 70 was good enough to grab solo second on 12-under 203, whilst Brian Gay and Matt Every posted 69s for T5 on 205.
Roundup: 5-way tie at Pebble
Trying to get everyone through due to the poor forecast, tee-times were pushed up Friday. The 7:00 am start almost paid off but heavy rain in the early afternoon forced the action to be suspended at 14:11 local with five players tied for the lead at 10-under. Phil Mickelson, Lucas Glover, Scott Lang
Monday Finish: Mickelson continues to defy age
They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but Phil Mickelson continues to defy his age – and the trends of most 40-something golfers – to add to his burgeoning trophy case.