Phil Mickelson has no doubt what will be most remembered from his career.
''It will always be the `04 Masters and showing off my Olympic jumping ability,'' he joked of his celebratory hop after winning the title.
But there's also no question in his mind of what he thinks is his most significant victory.
''For me, personally, (winning) the British Open is the greatest accomplishment I could ever get in my career,'' he said Tuesday, nine days after capturing the claret jug at Muirfield with a stirring final-round flourish.
After a week off, preparing on Monday for next week's PGA Championship and now trying to focus on this week's Bridgestone Invitational, Mickelson remains stunned that he actually won an event he thought would always be out of his grasp.
''I'm looking forward to in the coming years looking back and remembering Muirfield, remembering the `13 Open and remembering all the things that happened on that back nine,'' he said during preparations for the Bridgestone Invi...