Phil Mickelson has excelled at trick shots over the years, but he hit one at the British Open on Monday that was more terrible than tricky.
A room at the Old Course Hotel on St. Andrews Golf Links in Scotland can set visitors back more than $1,000 USD per night on some weekends (like Open Championship weekend). What’s so special about staying in the Old Course Hotel that would make it worth paying over one-thousand bucks for just one night? Well, the […]
That Old Course Hotel Phil Mickelson hit a shot into before? That's a real hotel, with real people staying in it, and sometimes those people just wanna put on their robes and sip some bubbly on the balcony: This is easily the chillest way to watch sports.
Phil Mickelson opened the final round at the 2015 US Open Championship strong. Through 16 holes he was -6 and his late surge had vaulted him all the way to -10 for the tournament. Mickelson's charge brought back memories of his 2013Show More Summary
James Morrison matches playing partner Phil Mickelson, a five-time major winner, with a 69 on the final day of The Open.
Phil Mickelson was 10-under par when he reached the 17th tee during the final round of The Open Championship. The “road hole” is known to be one of the hardest holes in golf. It definitely lived up to its reputation for Phil. Phil’sShow More Summary
Phil Mickelson enjoys a cute moment with his kids after his final round at the British Open
Phil Mickelson made a remarkable run in his fourth round at the British Open today, stepping up to 17 at six-under for the day and just two strokes back of the leaders. It would have required a whole series of miracles for Mickelson to pull out a win—his first of any kind since the 2013 Open at Muirfield—but Mickelson’s tee shot on 17 removed any drama: Read more...
Mickelson drove his ball out of bounds onto a balcony of the Old Course Hotel
Phil Mickelson's final-round surge at the British Open came to a halt when a wild tee shot at the 17th hole ended with his ball on the balcony of a room at the Old Course Hotel on Monday.
Phil Mickelson was in the midst of a run during the final round on Monday at the British Open, before an errant drive on the 17th hole (...)
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — And it was all going so swimmingly. Phil Mickelson was swinging through the British Open, doing what Phil Mickelson does, which is to say putting together an astonishing last-ditch run at a major. He'd worked his way down to 10-under, 6-under for his round, just two strokes behind the leaders. Show More Summary
Watch Phil Mickelson hit a terrible drive onto a hotel balcony
Phil Mickelson had pushed himself to 10-under-par, just two shots off the lead, with a masterful final round at the British Open. And then he got to No. 17 at St. Andrews — the infamous Road Hole — and things went to hell. Mickelson’s tee shot went way right and ended up perched on a […]
Watch Phil Mickelson's wayward drive on the 17th at St Andrews land on the balcony of a nearby hotel room.
Souvenir for a lucky fan.
The 17th hole at St. Andrews requires players to hit their shots over a hotel. The hotel usually remains un-hit, but sometimes, someone will (...)
The Road Hole is a blind tee shot over a wall and a hotel, and this ball left the course and never came back. Phil Mickelson made a run to the top of the leaderboard Monday morning but any delusional hopes of a shot at the British Open were lost on the 17th Road Hole. Show More Summary
Friday at the British Open was already confused by a long rain delay, and then Phil Mickelson started lurking.
Prior to the start of the Open Championship at St. Andrews, tournament organizers made a change to the famous Road Hole Bunker on hole No. 17, making it the most difficult hole in tournament history. The hole was so difficult that not a single player had a birdie in the opening round and 65% of the golfers shot bogey or worse. Show More Summary