A few inches here, a few yards there. That’s what Phil Mickelson’s latest failure to win the U.S. Open came down to.
Phil Mickelson will get a chance to sleep late today after pulling an all-nighter to make the first round of golf’s U.S. Open, where he took an early lead.
With his first British Open title secured last month, Phil Mickelson was able to laugh at himself a little after two rounds of the PGA Championship.
Phil Mickelson will give someone a chance to win as much as he does at the U.S. Open when he returns next month to Pinehurst, North Carolina, the site of the first of his six runner-up finishes at golf’s second major championship.
Phil Mickelson heads into today’s second round of the U.S. Open five shots off the lead after failing to take advantage of favorable first-day scoring conditions.
"One was he got everybody invested in the process."
- Phil Mickelson on Sep 28, 2014