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Old 07-21-2013, 01:52 PM   #1
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Congratulations to Phil Mickelson on his Open Championship. I watched him on Sunday in the last two majors, and there was no comparison. The U.S. Open was a personal tragedy because he's come so close, so often, but my reaction was that he simply didn't play well enough to win. I'd say the exact opposite about his performance at Muirfield. Today he was by far the best golfer on the course. Best wishes in coming years, Phil, towards winning a career Grand Slam.
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Amen! Clutch performance while the other leaders were wilting.

I think/hope he will win a US Open to complete the career grand slam.
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Amen! Clutch performance while the other leaders were wilting.

I think/hope he will win a US Open to complete the career grand slam.
Exciting finish. I always love watching a major victory when someone like Phil this time grabs it by the throat instead of just choking a little less than the others to win. If Phil only finishes with 3/4 of career slam, who would have ever guessed the missing one wasn't the British Open? Phil is a class act it sure appears and a great champion.
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It's always nice to see Phil and his family in the winner's circle.
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