Phil Mickelson thrilled the crowds yesterday with a spectacular 66 on day 3 of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. His amazing stats demonstrated that there is more than one way to score low in golf.
Arguably one of the best wedge players of all time, yesterday he demonstrated that the faith of many was not wasted. His 9 for 9 ‘up-and-down’ day helped fuel his steady rise to the top of the leaderboard. To match his amazing day of scrambling, Mickelson was steady with the short stick. With only 21 putts, yesterday’s round of golf will likely be remembered as one of his best in years. Continue reading