The uplifting news for Phil Mickelson, after he limped off the 10th green at The Country Club
Outside Boston on Friday, is that he will not need to stress over taking care of business in his next start
Mickelson didn't do that at the 122nd U.S.
Open, despite the fact that he improved in Friday's subsequent round.
He checked a 3-more than 73, dropping his all out for 36 openings to 11 over.
He was tied for 143rd among 156 players when he strolled off the course.
"I partook in the week. I just wished I'd played better,"
Mickelson expressed a while later under the steady gaze of bouncing into a kindness SUV
Mickelson, a six-time significant boss, was making his initial beginning in the United States since late January