When Martin Kaymer hung up a second straight 65 at Pinehurst his 130 total was a new US Open record for 36 holes. But his ten under par total as not a record.
Mickelson would like to win again to make the debate a little closer.
The driver on the professional level has become a less and less relevant fourteenth club.
Phil Mickelson deserves every accolade thrown his direction over the last week.
This isn’t the first time Mickelson has been too smart for his own good in the US Open.
A couple of thoughts over my coffee on this Tuesday morning… -I remember not too long ago when Cardinals-Cubs games weren’t only fun, but were meaningful. I miss the days of the rivalry meaning just […]
There are enough adjectives to use in describing the game’s greatest left-handed golfer to fill up a few pages in a Thesaurus.
Keegan Bradley leads way for the red, white, and blue.