The combination of Phil Mickelson and the British Open have never been a good mix. Just like oil and water, A Rod and the Yankees, or Dwight Howard and the Lakers, the two have never been a match made in heaven.
GULLANE, Scotland (AP) One of the greatest final rounds in a major. Two of the best shots he ever struck with a 3-wood. The third leg of the Grand Slam.
After finishing second for a record 6th time in the US Open, it’s only fair to ask this question: will we remember Phil Mickelson more for his three victories in The Masters, or the more than handful of silver medals he’s won in our national championship?
Will this be the face of a winner at the US Open on Sunday? Len Martez & Colin Hoggard discuss Phil Mickelson trying to win his 1st US Open title, plus Game 5 of the […]
Ok, it provided for some drama but once again we have a different major winner every single time they tee it up. Nobody is dominating the sport, and that isn’t good for the game. Everyone loves stars, and currently they are missing in golf.
The Drive Thursday 5-3-12-The best selling sports author John Feinstein joins The Drive to talk about his new radio gig, the passing of Junior Seau, and we get his thoughts on the 10 year anniversary […]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Phil Mickelson has never been afraid to fail, even though he can look spectacular in doing just that.
Bubba Watson wins the Masters, beating Louis Oosthuizen on the second hole of a playoff.
20 years after Fred Couples won The Masters in 1992, the 52-year-old finds himself tied for the lead with Jason Dufner at 5 under. When a reporter asked Couples if he thinks he can win, he replied with no hesitation, “yes, I feel I can!”
England, South Africa, Sweden, Scotland, Spain, Italy and USA… it’s an international leaderboard after the first round of The Masters.