SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- A week ago, Kyle Stanley couldn't have been much lower. The 24-year-old fought back tears after an astonishing meltdown on the 18th hole of the Farmers Insurance Open that ultimately cost him the tournament he'd led by six shots earlier in the day.
On Sunday he fought back tears of joy following a historic rally from eight strokes back to capture the 2012 Waste Management Phoenix Open while Spencer Levin felt a bit of the disappointment Stanley did a week earlier.
"This feels great," Stanley said, getting choked up just after Levin missed his last chance to force a playoff. "I'm speechless."
Stanley 's story of redemption couldn't have been more perfect, nor could it have come any quicker. After a week of support and sympathy, the 24-year-old was the object of envy following the biggest comeback in Phoenix Open history and his first PGA Tour win.
"I'm not sure what I'm thinking right now," Stanley said. "You go from a very low point to a high point. I'm not ...