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Four days after violating rules by hitting moving ball at the U.S. Open, Phil Mickelson apologizes. [Read More]
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Four days after intentionally hitting his moving ball on the 13th green Saturday at Shinnecock Hills, Phil Mickelson is apologizing. [Read More]
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If the aim of the U.S. Open is to identify the best player, then the last three got it right. The problem is a tendency... [Read More]
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Amy Mickelson: Phil Mickelson offered to withdraw from U.S. Open after incident... [Read More]
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U.S. Open 2018: Phil Mickelson conquers 13th hole on Sunday and breaks out signature Phil celebration... [Read More]
There is nothing in Phil Mickelson's history or character that suggests he would do something to intentionally dishonor the game. I think he just lost... [Read More]
There is nothing in Phil Mickelson's history or character that suggests he would do something to intentionally dishonor the game. I think he just lost... [Read More]
The USGA assessed Phil Mickelson with a two-stroke penalty and apparently never considered another potential option: disqualification. [Read More]
Phil Mickelson let his frustration get the best of him on the 13th hole when he putted the ball before it stopped moving, incurring a... [Read More]
It's Phil Mickelson's 48th birthday on Saturday, but after a bizarre incident on the back nine at Shinnecock Hills, it's likely a day the legendary... [Read More]
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