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Latest Phil Mickelson Items
Tiger Woods logged another miserable round and then all but conceded the No. 1 spot in the world to Phil Mickelson.
The revelations that once seemed to come daily have now largely stopped. No more mistresses have stepped forward, and no more apologies are necessary.
Not even one of his favorite golf courses is much use to Tiger Woods these days.
House Democrats and Republicans have put aside their differences this year to honor the likes of golfer Phil Mickelson, the Chicago Blackhawks hockey team, NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson and the Penn State women's volleyball team.
Next time, Phil Mickelson should wait until the end of his round to visit the concession stands at the British Open.
Outlined against a blue-gray sky, a wind-whipped white plastic trash bag cartwheeled up the first fairway in the wrong direction.
Phil Mickelson doesn't have much to show for his day at the British Open.
First it was Greg Norman, proving for three rounds that age is merely a number. Then along came Tom Watson, just a couple of months shy of his 60th birthday, standing over an 8-foot putt that would have made him the oldest major champion in golf history.
The locals are famous for saying that if it's "nae rain and nae wind then it's nae golf."