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His team may have lost, but Graham DeLaet won a lot of admirers.
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Most major champions are happy to bring back a check, a gleaming trophy and great memories from their breakthrough wins.
Even for Phil Mickelson, his path to the top of the leaderboard Thursday in the U.S. Open was unconventional.
Mickelson arrived at Merion Golf Club just hours before his 7:11 a.m. tee time. If he was jet-lagged Thursday, it was hard to tell by the time he finished — he had the first-round lead at the U.S. Open.
Phil Mickelson always knew he would be home in San Diego the day before the U.S. Open at Merion. Wet weather put him home a little early.
Webb Simpson felt the true weight this week of winning a U.S. Open championship.
"We've sat in a lot of stadiums for a lot of reasons over the years," his mother Tambra said. "But [Karns' major league debut] was so different. All that work, all that effort — and there's still a long ways to go — but at that point, it didn't matter. It was official."
Former U.K. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's spirit of leadership and empowerment lives on.