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Late Bloomer Wilson Wins Phoenix Open

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ack in the hotel room on Sunday night, Wilson got his son Lane into his jammies and then proceeded to beat the 3-year-old at Candyland. "He hasn't figured out how he can plant the cards just yet, so I usually win," Wilson said with a twinkle in his eye.

And about the time the two-minute warning sounded, Wilson finally got to concentrate on the Super Bowl. He and Lane celebrated with a few high-fives when the Green Bay Packers win was assured, and then Wilson tried to settle down and get some rest.

"But I didn't sleep very well just because of that excitement and the uncertainty of today," the self-avowed Cheesehead acknowledged.

Maybe not. But Wilson appeared extremely relaxed when he returned to TPC Scottsdale on Monday morning, played his final six holes of...

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