Phil Mickelson misses the cut by one shot at Oakmont.
Do the math, Phil Mickelson advised. With so many players still to complete their second round and the U.S. Open conditions getting tougher by the hour on Saturday, the five-time major winner said he’d be “surprised” to not make the cut at 7 over par. Well, surprise. When second-round play was...
Phil Mickelson's chances of becoming just the sixth man to complete the modern grand slam receded when he missed the cut by one shot at the weather-hit U.S. Open on Saturday.
Oakmont Country Club has proven to be a difficult challenge at the 2016 U.S. Open and some of the best players in the world were up to the task. That includes Rory McIlroy -- the No. 3 player in the world -- who finished the second round at 8-over, two shots off the cut of 6-over. McIlroy's U.S. Show More Summary
The projected cut sits at 5-over as Saturday morning rolls along. OAKMONT, Pa. – The U.S. Open hasn't been good this year to big names Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler. Mickelson has finished his second round at 7-over, carding a 74 and a 73 on the difficult terrain at Oakmont Country Club. Show More Summary
Three days after Phil Mickelson said there was "zero chance" he would go for the 17th green at Oakmont, he went for the green Saturday.
The field at the 2016 U.S. Open is still in catch-up mode as they attempt to make up ground after three weather delays on Thursday. While there is a lot of golf still to be played, a host of big names could be in danger of early exits. Show More Summary
Fans can watch top golfers Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson battle from a closer perspective in virtual reality as the tournament adds more cameras and features.
Your browser does not support iframes. OAKMONT, Pa. — The 2016 U.S. Open is a mess, mostly because of stop-and-go rain Thursday that threw the schedule into chaos, but partly because of how the USGA has responded to said chaos. Consider this: At 7:30 a.m. Show More Summary
PHIL MICKELSON HAS FINISHED SECOND a half dozen times in the U.S. Open. At age 46, can Lefty finally break through and win the national championship? He certainly thinks so. And in the above clip he tells why Oakmont and his experience give him a great chance this year. Midway through his opening round, Phil is 1 under and sits three shots off the lead set by Andrew Landry.
Phil Mickelson’s U.S. Open press conference was great. Lefty is playing in his 26th U.S. Open. It’s the only major championship (...)
From Phil Mickelson to amateur golfers, to dustups on the monster course, and everything in between, here's what will entertain you during the U.S. Open. Club-grabbing rough. Undulating, lightning-quick greens. Oakmont’s famously brutal setup has been the story of the 2016 U.S. Show More Summary
Walking with Phil Mickelson late on the eve of yet another attempt to complete the career slam at the U.S. Open. Hours after flying back and forth from Pittsburgh to San Diego in a one-day jaunt on his private jet, Phil Mickelson sat up on the dais of his U.S. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson skips U.S. Open prep to go to daughter's 8th grade graduation - Good Dad Phil
The U.S. Open has been a pain to Phil Mickelson. A record six runner-up finishes stand between him and the completion of the career Grand Slam in majors. Much of the agony is self-inflicted, but at Oakmont Country Club in 2007, the course jumped up and bit him. Too much practice in the thick rough...
Phil Mickelson believes he has a "great opportunity" to complete a career Grand Slam by winning the US Open this week.
Phil Mickelson has gone a nearly quarter-century trying to win the U.S. Open
One year before Jordan Spieth was born, Phil Mickelson made his professional debut with a 68 in the 1992 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach and was two shots out of the lead. The next day, he shot 81 and missed the cut.
Phil Mickelson heads into this week's U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club hoping that the daunting par-70 layout plays as difficult as possible in his pursuit of a career grand slam of the four majors.