Kyle Stanley Wins Waste Management Phoenix Open February 05 2012

Kyle Stanley won the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale in an amazing turnaround from last weeks disaster collapse. Kyle came from eight shots behind the leader, Spencer Levin to win the tournament. Just last week he lost a five-stroke lead in the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open.  Spencer Levin, who started the day with a six-stroke advantage over Webb Simpson, shot a four-under(-par) today to finish at 13-under(-par) in third place. Christian Petersen/Getty ImagesSCOTTSDALE, AZ - FEBRUARY 05:  Kyle Stanley kisses the trophy after winning the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale on February 5, 2012 in Scottsdale, Arizona.  (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) Kyle sais of his victory today; " I'm not sure what I'm thinking right now. It's been a great week. You go from a very low point to a high point. I'm not sure I expected to maybe recover this quickly. You know, I'll take it." Asked about last weeks episode, he replied; "You know, I'm never going to forget that. But I think it makes this one a lot sweeter, just being able to bounce back. You know, I'm kind of at a loss for words right now. I'm very grateful for the support I've gotten. It's unbelievable; unbelievable turnaround." Ben Crane finished in second place, one shot adrift of a play-off, he did not think he had his "A" gameface on today; "I certainly didn't have my "A" game. I felt my swing was giving me fits out there, and I was just trying to hold it together and I was able to throw a good round at him, but ultimately I just wasn't sharp. But very thankful for second is an awesome finish, and I just putted awesome all week, and that really is what kind of kept me going." Spencer Levin was left to rue what could, and should have been, he said he had tried his best; "I don't really know. I felt all right early, and I don't know, I just didn't have it, I guess. I just maybe tried a little too hard. I don't think I felt real, I felt calm, I just I don't know. I just was looking ahead too much and maybe trying a little too hard, I guess. I didn't have it, but still, going to 17 and 18, I had long putts, but they both almost went in. You can always say that. But still, I had a chance after doubling 15, but what are you going to do? I tried my best." If this is the way the season is going to go, I am really looking forward to the next tournament, anything could happen.