Phil Mickelson's controversial gaffe at the President's Cup was dumber than you think
If you follow golf and have woken up on this Friday, chances are you’ve heard about the bizarre Phil Mickelson ball gaffe that (...)
An obscure penalty clause, tucked away in the farthest depths of golf's rulebook, took center stage at the Presidents Cup on Friday after Phil Mickelson changed the type of ball he had been playing with mid-round.
Phil makes a rookie mistake, incurs a never-before-seen penalty and still manages to light up the opponent with trash talk. Phil Mickelson somehow took one of the most egregious errors he’s ever made in competition and turned it around...Show More Summary
A rookie mistake for veteran Phil Mickelson, who didn't know the rules at Presidents Cup
Phil Mickelson has played 49 matches in the 21 years since the Presidents Cup began.
A costly Phil Mickelson rules gaffe and some shakier play from the USA's top names changed the game at the Presidents Cup, where the Internationals are right back in it heading to the weekend. After a dominating first session, the USA team had an opportunity to put the Presidents Cup out of reach in Friday's four-ball session. Show More Summary
The International team went from all square to 2 up by just playing one hole in a bizarre incident involving Phil Mickelson at the Presidents Cup.
After a stupid rules gaffe and bizarre penalty put his pairing in a major match play hole, Phil Mickelson decides to get some back with this wild hole out from a fairway bunker. Phil being Phil. #QuickHits http://t.co/TTki4INiWu — PGA...Show More Summary
Apparently you can lose a hole twice in match play -- at least that's what we saw on Friday at the Presidents Cup when Phil Mickelson played the wrong ball and created a chaotic and confusing mess for everyone, including rules officials. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson and Zach Johnson won the only match that reached the 18th hole Thursday, the final touch on another dominant day for the Americans in the Presidents Cup.
ABOVE IS CAPTAIN'S PICK PHIL MICKELSON earning his keep.Mickelson's holeout for birdie at the par-3 13th gave him and Zach Johnson a 2-up lead on Jason Day and Steven Bowditch of the International team. The U.S. duo went on to win their...Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson, Zach Johnson live up to all golfer stereotypes in one celebration
Golf is an incredibly complex game. The perfect blend of art in science that people only master in fleeting moments. It’s truly (...)
Tiger Woods’ all-time mark of 24 Presidents Cup wins is in jeopardy. Phil Mickelson, on a day when Team USA once again dominated the Internationals, 4-1, in the opening foursomes matches at the Presidents Cup, put himself in position...Show More Summary
Mickelson hasn't won since 2013 but he's confident his game is coming around.
Phil Mickelson and Zach Johnson won the only match that reached the 18th hole and finished off another dominant day for the Americans in the Presidents Cup on Thursday.
The Americans light it up and take a three-point lead after the first session in Korea. The Presidents Cup started the same way it always does, with the Americans racing out to a commanding lead and owning the opening session on Thursday in Korea. Show More Summary