Regardless of the weather, the nation’s most prestigious pro-am travels to the Monterey Peninsula every winter. Only at the AT&T do high-powered CEO’s, Hollywood actors, famous athletes, and Bill Murray mingle at perhaps golf’s most coveted address. The tournament is contested at three courses, but the final round is always played at Pebble Beach, the epic clifftop layout fronting the Pacific. On Sunday, a huge crowd followed the second-to-last pairing of archrivals Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods. Mickelson did not disappoint, erasing an eight-shot deficit and posting a near-flawless 8-under 64 (against Tiger’s 75) to claim his fourth AT&T title and notch his 40th PGA Tour win.