Instead, he had to return early Monday morning to complete his 44th PGA Tour victory, claiming a fifth AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am while also becoming the eighth-oldest victor in PGA Tour history.
CBS will provide live coverage of the event via its website, with coverage starting at 11 a.m. ET and continuing until play is finished.
Mickelson already made his par on the 16th and was 6 under for the day, with no bogeys on his card, and 18-under par for the tournament.
Third-round leader Paul Casey, who mixed two bogeys with two birdies, was at 15 under with three holes remaining, tied with Scott Stallings who finished with a 66.
"I was playing well and I just didn't take all the factors into account". Casey and FedEx executive Don Colleran had a one-shot lead in the pro-am. He has gone 28 years since his first PGA Tour victory and his 44th, and he joined Tiger Woods as the only players to surpass $90 million in career earnings.
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He was at his best at Pebble Beach, and no one had a chance. "I thanked Paul this morning for letting us finish in the morning", he told the Golf Channel, admitting that he had been in his "little bubble" and self-centered.
The final round Sunday had been delayed at the start by one hour because of rain, and then sunshine quickly gave way to hail that covered the greens in a sheet of white and led to a two-hour delay. "I'll deal with that in six months". Mickelson was on the 17th tee, shaking his head when he heard the siren to stop play.
Whether making "hail angels" on the ground or having snowball fights as Sam Saunders and Patrick Reed and their caddies did, it wasn't an entirely gloomy scene at the iconic course. He preferred to suspend play with his ball on the 16th green, resuming the tournament on Monday when the greens, which took a beating from rain Saturday night and an impressive hailstorm Sunday, would be fresh.
The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am returns to the world famous Pebble Beach Golf Links on the Monterey Peninsula in California. Mickelson poured it on, showing his skills have not deteriorated a bit at age 48, controlling spin beautifully to back pin positions. "So we would have been at a severe disadvantage last night where you can't see the targets, the greens were pretty rough, and this morning we came out and the greens were much better after they have been mowed". I have good vision, I can see fine and I wanted to continue.
Jason Day closed with a 68 and was tied for fourth at 13-under 175 with Si Woo Kim (68).