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Topic - Grant Waite
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 to celebrate.
The face of the Nationwide Tour has a few more lines on it these days.
“This year he has already produced a number of rounds in the 60s and is playing better,” said Waite.
Gay thinks he’s hitting it more like 10 or 15 yards longer in the air; Waite says it could be 15 to 20.