At a tournament as much about celebrity as golf, Tiger Woods will be out to write his own Hollywood ending on Sunday.
Woods, in third place after three rounds, will tee off in the penultimate group at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in search of his first official win on the PGA Tour in almost 30 months.
To add to the star factor, Woods will be paired with a resurgent Phil Mickelson, a three-time winner at Pebble Beach.
The two biggest names of their generation will draw most of the eyeballs, but they will need to overcome a couple of career understudies, Charlie Wi and Ken Duke, neither of whom have ever won on the Tour.
Wi held his nerve on Saturday, shooting 69 to get to 15-under par. He has a three-shot lead over Duke and a four-shot cushion over Woods. Mickelson is two shots further behind, along with Kevin Na, Dustin Johnson, Brendon Todd and Hunter Mahan.
"Golf is very cliche," said Wi, who played against Woods in their junior days in southern California.