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Phil Mickelson continued the comeback year at the majors in 2013. Adam Scott began it at the Masters in April after losing a four-shot lead at The Open Championship last year. Mickelson finished runner-up at last month’s U.S. Open for a record sixth time. Then, he followed it up with a missed cut at the Greenbrier Classic. The third major of the year a few weeks later wasn’t looking favorable to Lefty. Mickelson went across the pond to Scotland a week earlier than most. But he didn’t go to Muirfield, the home of The Open Championship. He instead competed at the Scottish Open, trying to finally get a feel for links golf. He hadn’t won in Europe since 1993, but he did finish T16 last year at this same Scottish Open. Even though he had no momentum on the PGA Tour, the European Tour was completely different golf. He overcame his Scottish curse and beat some of Europe’s finest at the Scottish Open. Even though this seemed great at the time, winning the week before a major championship doesn’t usually translate into success there. Also, he only practiced in one wind at Muirfield and come Friday, the wind turned around and made every hole completely different. It seemed to bother him as he shot a 74 the day after a 69. He got a little closer to par on Saturday but still shot a one-over 72. Going into the final round, he was five shots back and it appeared that he would fall short at The Open yet again. But he took advantage of the two par-fives on the front nine, birdieing them both, and got to even-par overall. After bogeying the tenth, it seemed like he might have put himself out of contention. He didn’t give up though, hitting perfect shots at thirteen and fourteen onto the green. It was all up to the flagstick and it came through for him. He knocked in two straight putts to get into red numbers. Standing on the seventeenth tee, he was in a comfortable position at one-under but knew he’d probably need one more birdie to clinch the championship. Two three-woods later on the par-five, he was on the dance floor putting for eagle. A perfect lag to a tap-in two-footer and he was alone atop the leaderboard at two-under. With Lee Westwood and Adam Scott both falling out of the pictures with multiple bogeys, all Lefty had to do was par and even possibly bogey the eighteenth to hoist the Claret Jug. He hit a perfect approach that almost went in the left greenside bunker, but didn’t and stopped less than fifteen feet beyond the hole. A tricky right-to-left breaker that he read perfectly and a final-round 66 was in the books. He finished as the only man under-par and the only one to break 70 in the final eleven groups, or games as they call it in the UK. Not only did Mickelson finally capture The Open Championship for the first time, but he did it with such mastery and grace that he truly deserved to be called “The Champion Golfer of the Year”. This was also his first major since the 2010 Masters, so all the critics are now silent. Muirfield is a true test that only crowns the classiest as its champion. Since WWII, the Open champions at Muirfield have been Player, Nicklaus, Trevino, Watson, Faldo, Faldo, Els, and now Mickelson. He deserves to be in this class and now supplants himself as one of the greatest golfers of all-time. He now has five majors and is one U.S. Open championship shy of a career Grand Slam. Check out part two of my Open Championship recap tomorrow when I review Tiger Woods’ performance over the weekend. -O’Shea
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