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SportWatch: Phil Mickelson Misses 20-Inch Putt at U.S. Open

22:31  13 june  2019
22:31  13 june  2019 Source:   si.com

Mickelson on USGA ahead of U.S. Open: 'They don't know how to control themselves'

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Watch: Phil Mickelson Misses 20-Inch Putt at U.S. Open© Fox Sports 1 PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Phil Mickelson's history at the U.S. Open is...complicated. It's the only major Mickelson hasn't won, and he's finished second a record six times. There's been heartbreak, clearly, as well as downright absurdity: remember last year, when he putted a moving ball at Shinnecock?

Well, there was more drama on the putting green on Thursday at Pebble Beach. Mickelson faced a 20-inch tap-in for par on the 3rd hole...and he missed it. From 20 inches. Twenty.

Now, I don't want to give putting advice to a five-time major champion with 44 PGA Tour wins...but I think he mayyyy have come out of that putt just a hair quickly.

Mickelson is a five-time champion of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, so if there's one player who can bounce back, it's him. But still, missing a putt from that short is both shocking and embarrassing.

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