2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am – Lefty Wins 44th career PGA TOUR title

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Final-Round Leaderboard
Pos.
Name
Score
1.
Phil Mickelson
65-68-70-65—268 (-19) MP-SH-PB-PB
2.
Paul Casey
69-64-67-71—271 (-16) PB-MP-SH-PB
3
Scott Stallings
67-70-69-66—272 (-15) SH-PB-MP-PB
T4
Jason Day
65-69-72-68—274 (-13)  MP-SH-PB-PB
T4
Si Woo Kim
66-71-69-68—274 (-13) PB-MP-SH-PB
Thing to know
  • Phil Mickelson wins his 44th career PGA TOUR title and his fifth AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am title, tying him with Mark O’Meara for most wins in the event
  • Mickelson earns his 14th title in the state of California, which ties Tiger Woods for most wins by a PGA TOUR player in California since 1983
  • Paul Casey began the final round with a three-shot lead over Mickelson before carding a final-round 1-under 71 to finish runner-up
  • Marks the first Monday finish of the 2018-19 PGA TOUR Season and first since the 2018 BMW Championship (unscheduled)
  • The last two Monday finishes at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am came in 2009 and 2000; in 2009, Dustin Johnson was declared the winner when the final round was unable to be played on Monday; in 2000, Tiger Woods won on Monday
  • Casey and his amateur partner Don Colleran, EVP and CSO of FedEx Corp, won the team competition at 34-under
Phil Mickelson (1st/-19)
Most Under Par at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (since 1998)
Player
Score Entering this week
This week
Total
Phil Mickelson
-130
-19
-149
Jim Furyk
-99
-9
-108
Dustin Johnson
-103
-4
-107
Jason Day
-83
-13
-96
  • Collects his 44th career PGA TOUR title in his 598th start at the age of 48 years, 7 months, 26 days; remains ninth on the list of most wins in PGA TOUR history (Walter Hagen is eighth with 45)
  • Wins his fifth AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am title (1998, 2005, 2007, 2012,2019) tying him with Mark O’Meara for most wins in the event
  • Earns his 14th title in the state of California, which ties Tiger Woods for most wins by a PGA TOUR player in California since 1983
  • Becomes the oldest winner of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, surpassing Steve Lowery who was 47 years, 3 months, 29 days when he won in 2008
  • Collects 500 FedExCup points and moves from No. 40 to No. 6 in the FedExCup standings; is one of 10 players to reach the FedExCup Playoffs in all 12 seasons of the FedExCup
  • Collects 1,000 points towards making the U.S. Presidents Cup team; has appeared on the last 12 U.S. Presidents Cup squads
  • Tied Kevin Streelman with the low final round of the day, a 7-under 65
  • His first win at the 1998 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is the last PGA TOUR event to have its final round postponed and played later in the season
  • Held a share of the 36-hole lead, the third time he led or co-led after 36 holes at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am; converted previous three to victory (2005, 2007,2019)
  • Five players who were in the field during his first AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am win in 1998 competed in this week’s field: Jim Furyk, Davis Love III, David Duval, Jerry Kelly and Kenny Perry
  • Becomes the ninth player in his 40s to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am; marks third win by a player in his 40s this season on TOUR (Matt Kuchar, Mayakoba Golf Classic/Sony Open in Hawaii)
  • Made his 500th official cut on TOUR at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and becomes the 19th player to make 500+ cuts on TOUR.
  • Earns his 17th come-from-behind win, second-most by a player since 1990 (Tiger Woods/22); entered final round trailing Paul Casey by three shots
  • After four seasons without a win on TOUR (2014-2017), has now won the 2018 World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship and 2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
  • Posted a first-round 65 at Monterey Peninsula, the fourth time in tournament history he opened with a 65 or better; went on to win all four times: 1998/65/Win, 2005/62/Win, 2007/65/Win, 2019/65/Win
  • In round one, hit all 13 fairways at Monterey Peninsula, marking the seventh career round on TOUR he hit all fairways, and first since round three of the 1998 Farmers Insurance Open
  • Records his second top-five in four starts this season (T2/Desert Classic; 1st/AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am)
  • Made his PGA TOUR professional debut at the 1992 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach
Paul Casey (2nd/-16)
  • Started the final round with a three-shot lead over Mickelson before carding a final-round 1-under 71 to finish runner-up.
  • Made his first career TOUR start at the 2001 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (MC)
  • Has converted one of five 54-hole leads for the win in his TOUR career:
Paul Casey’s 54-Hole Leads
Tournament
54-Hole Lead
Finish
2009 Houston Open
Tied
Won
2016 Dell Technologies Championship
+3
2nd
2017 TOUR Championship
+2
5th
2018 Travelers Championship
+4
T2
2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
+3
2nd
  • Went into the final round at 15-under, his fourth PGA TOUR event being 15-under par or better after 54 holes; finished runner-up all four occasions (2016 BMW Championship, 2016 Dell Technologies Championship, 2018 Travelers Championship, 2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am)
  • In three previous starts at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, missed the cut in his first two starts (2001, 2002) and finished T8 in 2018
  • Earned his second TOUR victory at the 2018 Valspar Championship, nine seasons after his first TOUR win (a span of 3,362 days), the 2009 Houston Open
  • Was seeking to become the first player from England to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and fourth international winner (Vijay Singh/2004, Brett Ogle/1993 and Bruce Crampton/1965)
Scott Stallings (3rd/-15)
  • Five starts at this event include 3rd (2019), 7th (2018), T14 (2017) and missed cuts (2011, 2012)
  • Began the final round six shots off the lead; the tournament record for largest comeback is seven shots by Bob Rosburg (1961) and Davis Love III (2001)
  • Marks first top-10 on TOUR since the 2018 West Coast Swing when he posted top-10s in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (7th) and Genesis Open (T4)
Additional player notes
  • Si Woo Kim began the final round six shots back and carded a final-round 4-under 68 to finish T4; last PGA TOUR win came at the 2017 PLAYERS Championship
  • Jason Day closed with a 4-under 68 to earn his sixth top-six finish in 10 starts in the event
  • Ted Potter Jr., is the first defending champion this season to miss the cut in his title defense; the last six defending champions on TOUR have finished no worse than T13 (Patton Kizzire/Sony Open in Hawaii)
  • Sunday’s final round was suspended due to rain and hail, marking the first tournament round suspended by hail since round one of the 2013 World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play at The Golf Club at Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona
  • Utilized preferred lies all rounds, the first tournament to do so since the 2018 Barbasol Championship
Bogey-free rounds:
First Round
PB: Roberto Castro (68), Brandt Snedeker (69), Brian Stuard (69)
SH: Cody Gribble (66), Scott Stallings (67), Trey Mullinax (68), Martin Laird (68)
MP: Matt Kuchar (67), Doug Ghim (68), Ryan Armour (70)
Second Round
PB: Jim Furyk (68), Rafa Cabrera Bello (68)
SH: Ernie Els (68), Trey Mullinax (68), Chez Reavie (70)
MP: Paul Casey (64), Tyler Duncan (68), Nick Taylor (70)
Third Round
PB: Russell Knox (68)
SH: Chris Stroud (67), Sung Kang (69)
MP: None
Final Round
PB:
Phil Mickelson (65), Michael Thompson (66), D.J. Trahan (67)
Scoring Averages
R1                         Front 9                 Back 9                  Total                     Cumulative
PB                         35.731                  35.673                  71.404                  —
SH                         36.353                  35.647                  72.000                  —
MP                        34.308                  34.596                  68.904                  —
R2                         Front 9                 Back 9                  Total                     Cumulative
PB                         36.608                  36.353                  72.961                  72.175
SH                         36.308                  35.385                  71.692                  71.845
MP                        34.500                  36.615                  71.115                  70.010
R3                         Front 9                 Back 9                  Total                     Cumulative
PB                         36.615                  36.596                  73.212                  72.523
SH                         36.077                  35.404                  71.481                  71.723
MP                        35.216                  36.745                  71.961                  70.652
R4                         Front 9                 Back 9                  Total                     Cumulative
PB                         34.900                  36.217                  71.117                  72.173

 

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