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A 59 is almost unheard of in competitive golf. Phil Mickelson had a good chance to do it today in the first round of the Phoenix Open. Philly was on the 18th hole and lipped out a putt that would have made him the 6th person to ever shoot in the 50's in a PGA event. Check out the video below.
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Phil Mickelson tied a course record in Phoenix with a career-low round on Thursday, but he was just a centimeter or less away from posting an even more spectacular score.
Mickelson was putting on hole No. 9 – his final hole — for what would have been just the sixth 59 in PGA Tour history. The ball rolled toward the hole and lipped out, leaving Mickelson with an easy putt to...
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Phil Mickelson missed a chance to break the PGA Tour's 36-hole scoring record when he finished with a double bogey after driving into the water at the Phoenix Open on Friday.
Mickelson followed his opening 60 with a 65 to reach 17-under 125, one stroke off the tour record for the first two rounds of a tournament shared by Pat Perez and David Toms.
Mickelson did tie the Phoenix...
Phil Mickelson putts for PGA Tour history, only to watch his birdie
attempt lip out.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Phil Mickelson missed out on a 59 by a fraction of an inch Thursday in the first round of the Phoenix Open.
Mickelson had a chance to become the sixth player in PGA Tour history to break 60 with a 25-foot birdie attempt on his last hole, the par-4 ninth at TPC Scottsdale. The putt looked good all the way, and Mickelson pointed his putter at the cup as he prepared...
Bubba Watson wants no part of deer-antler spray. The name alone makes the Masters champion a bit squeamish.
''It sounds like something I would never want near me. ... I don't even know how you take deer-antler spray,'' Watson said Wednesday at the Phoenix Open. ''Who's the guy that thought of that? He might have been on something, too.''
American Alison Walshe birdied the 17th hole Friday and shot an opening-round 6-under-par 66 to take a one-stroke lead at the Australian Ladies Masters at Royal Pines.
Jessica Korda, the daughter of former tennis player Petr Korda who won last year's Women's Australian Open at Royal Melbourne in a playoff for her first LPGA Tour victory, was in second place.
Tim Clark would have been easy to miss among dozens of PGA Tour players who poured out of a hotel ballroom after a two-hour meeting on the proposed ban of the stroke used for long putters, except he was the only guy with a suitcase.
Clark didn't bring golf clubs to Torrey Pines, only an overnight bag. He didn't play in the tournament last week, but he paid his way to San...