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US Open ends in disaster for Phil Mickelson again: ‘I thought I was more ready than I was’

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Brooklyn, Mass. – Missouri has long been the unwanted 15th club in the Phil Mickelson bag at the US Open.

Start with “I’re such an idiot” at Winged Football’s 2006 US Open, when he guided a man with a hole to play in and blew his drive out of a hospitality tent, making a double-bogie 6 and a playoff by a missed shot.

Or go to Marion for the 2013 US Open, where he led on three separate occasions in the final round, but lost and lost two greens in the back nine, including a 110-yard, Par-13 13th. Two.

He then went to Shinnecock for the 2004 US Open, where he led one of the two to play, but made a three-put from five feet over the final hole for the double bogey and lost by two shots.

Three more runners-up at the National Championships as the People’s Champion, a record total of six. The only major not to win a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame is the increased pain.

But this week, at The Country Club outside Boston, was probably his worst time at the US Open.

His week began with a suffocating meeting with the media on Monday, where he wondered about his first appearance in London last week with the Saudi-backed LIV Golf League. The face of the Mickelson League, the PGA has signed on for the reported $ 200 million to jump off the tour. PGA Tour, Commissioner Jay Monahan and his passionate remarks criticizing the repressive regime of Saudi Arabia also came to the fore.

He looked uncomfortable, was courtesy and seemed he was not ready to speak at the appointed time. He often looked down, paused long, and deflected as easily as a flap shot.

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Asylum, when he left the interview area, he thought he would find on the golf course. But the record-breaking six runners-up at the national championships, the man who has won six majors and a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, is like he lost on The Country Club field. Podium of the interview area.

On his way to the opening-round, 8-over-par 78, on his 52nd birthday, he came back with 73 to finish at 11 overs, no less, and was away to make the cut. He made only three birdies in 36 holes.

“I thought I was more ready than I was,” Mickelson said as he got in his courtesy car and prepared to drive to his home in western California. “The US Open final exam. And you didn’t really know where your game was until you were tested and I thought you were a little closer than me.

His work on celery left him extremely depressed.

Mickelson, who finished 33rd last week at the inaugural LIV Golf Invitational Series event that won $ 150,000, said, “I worked very hard to put it down.” “I was fighting Putter last week and this week. I think I’m definitely playing better than scoring and I’m looking forward to it.

That’s why despite all the hardships I haven’t lost all of this week.

“I’m glad to be back,” Mickelson said at LIV Golf’s second event in Portland, Oregon, and then at next month’s British Open in Scotland. “The thing I really enjoyed was playing such a historic golf course and setting it up so wonderfully. I think USGA did a really good job. It really showcased this historic place.

And Mickelson said it didn’t take long to get it back.

“I was very motivated to work back,” he said.

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