Sure, return of Old Phil Mickelson blows U.S. Open, but entertainer makes Winged Foot
Still, it’s impossible to deny that Phil Mickelson’s decisions made the U.S. Open at Winged Foot.
If it wasn’t for Mickelson sending drives sailing into garbage cans (and recovering) and off big white tents (and not coming close to recovering), the final round of the U.S. Open would have been a gigantic bore.
Really, does anyone besides Aussie loonies like TravelGolf.com’s own Ian “I can’t even pick the right Australian” Lenton care that Geoff Ogilvy won the USGA’s test of blunders?
Mickelson made the tournament by morphing into his old gunslinging self. At least Phil had the courage to let it fly. And fly. We all missed you Old Phil. Especially Tiger Woods.
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So did Colin Montgomerie.
So did Jim Furyk.
So did Padraig Harrington.
So did Kennie Ferrie.
So did Mike Weir.
So did Vijay Singh.
So did Ian Poutler.
And so did Geoff Ogilvy.
The guy has to play only 4 shots and he wins the open. Sure he blocked the 1st one, but then instead of giving him some space to regroup and think out his strategy, he had these boneheads nattering in his ear.
"Go big boy"
"Comon Phil, you our man"
"Let's go Phil, Let's go - clap clap"
What complete fools.
Seeing Mickleson play such stupid shots was what they earned from their behaviour.
Does anyone in the USA think it's time to issue duct tape at the gate on Sundays?
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