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The Tour Report

February 5 2012

5:52 PM

Stanley finishes at 15 under

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Kyle Stanley came to the 18th hole with a one-stroke lead over his playing partner, Ben Crane. He left with likely redemption – depending on how Spencer Levin plays the final two holes.

Stanley, who squandered a five-shot lead in the final round a week ago, hit his drive well left near a hospitality tent about 102 yards from the green. When his second shot landed 18 feet from the pin, Stanley high-fived his caddy emphatically.

Stanley’s birdie putt slid 3 feet, 11 inches past the hole. But he made the putt for par – clenching his fist in quiet celebration.

Crane, meanwhile, found the fairway but his second shot spun off the green. He putted to 2 feet and eventually made par.