PEBBLE BEACH, CA - FEBRUARY 12: Phil Mickelson (R) and Tiger Woods (L) shake hands on the 18th green after finishing their final round at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am at Pebble Beach Golf Links on February 12, 2012 in Pebble Beach, California. Mickelson won with an eight-under-par 64. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Phil Mickelson Outshines Tiger Woods, Wins Pebble Beach Pro-Am With Strong Sunday

Tiger Woods stumbled all over, but Phil Mickelson turned in a superb Sunday to win the Pebble Beach Pro-Am comfortably.

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Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Tony Romo Grouped Together At Pebble Beach

If Tiger Woods being in contention and a lack of sports action doesn't give you enough incentive to watch the Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Sunday, perhaps Tiger's partner will. Woods will be playing with Phil Mickelson, who like him, is a bit off the pace but still in the hunt on Sunday. Tiger will enter the day at 11-under par, while Mickelson enters at nine-under.

Both are chasing leader Charlie Wi, who is currently at 15-under. Alone in second place is Ken Duke, who currently has a score of 12-under. Both their group and the group containing Mickelson and Woods will tee off from the first tee at Pebble Beach on Sunday.

Woods is playing with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo in the Pro-Am tournament, while Mickelson is partnered with investment banker Hugh "Skip" McGee III. Neither pairing is in contention for the win in that section of the tournament, where Padraig Harrington and Irish businessman J.P. McManus have a three-stroke lead.

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AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am 2012: TV Schedule, Tee Times, Parings For Sunday

Charlie Wi posted a bogey-free, three- under 69 Saturday to maintain his three-stroke lead after three rounds of the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.

Tiger Woods, who is making his first PGA Tour start of the year, carded a five-under 67 at Pebble Beach to move into third place at 11-under-par 203. And now there's only one more day for Woods or anyone else to catch Wi.

Ken Dukes is currently the only golfer between Wi and Woods, shooting 12-under after a 65 on Saturday.

The top players remaining will all play on Pebble Beach Golf Links. Here are the notable tee times for Sunday. All times are Eastern

Pebble Beach Golf Links Tee #1

12:40 p.m.: Charles Wi, Ken Duke

12:29 p.m.: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson

12:18 p.m.: Kevin Na, Brendon Todd, Dustin Johnson

12:07 p.m.: Hunter Mahan, Bob Estes

11:56 a.m.: Ricky Barnes, Padraig Harrington

TV: 12-2:30 p.m. ET on Golf Channel, 3 p.m. on CBS

As for notable amateurs, Tony Romo will play alongside Woods and Mickelson while Bill Belichick will play with Barnes and Harrington.

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AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am 2012: Tiger Woods At 2-Under Through Nine Holes Of 2012 Debut

Tiger Woods may not be looking quite like his old self during his 2012 PGA Tour debut, but at 2-under through nine holes of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Thursday, he's not looking bad either. Woods currently sits in a tie for 35th, five strokes behind the current leaders.

Teeing off on No. 10 at Spyglass Hill, Woods got off to a strong start with birdies on his first two holes: the 407-yard par-4 10th and the 528-yard par-5 11th. He pared the par-3 No. 12 before settling for his first bogey of the season the 460-yard par-4 13th. Woods eventually got that one back, though, when he birdied the 325-yard par-4 17th.

Woods has been hitting about 71 percent of the fairways and nearly 78 percent of the greens in regulation on the 6,953-yard course.

Ken Duke is currently the clubhouse leader with a first-round score of 8-under 64 at Pebble Beach Golf Links. He's one stroke ahead of Nick Watney, Danny Lee and Charlie Wi, all of whom are still playing. The highlight of Duke's round was an eagle on the 403-yard, par-4 No. 16 hole. He also birdied No. 18 to grab the lead all by himself.

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