Last summer, Phil Mickelson has played at the U.S. Open just weeks after learning that his wife Amy was diagnosed with breast cancer. And for 68 of the 72 holes, it looked like it was going to bring home a storybook victory. It did not work for him, but for a perfect Sunday afternoon at Augusta, has beaten all the Phil.
Mickelson started the day one shot behind Lee Westwood in the first place, but the game is consistent throughout, interrupted by the odd (one sheet, of all things, impacts on tapping), and jaw drop (one of the best shots ever Masters) introduced him to stay on the leader board. Won by three strokes, close to canning effective bird, a spectacular bay.
And more often than not, Amy Mickelson saw on TV with the rest of us. It is still one of the most popular members of the extended family was PGA Tour, but illness, held the public interest for most of last year. It was the week in Augusta, but are unable to attend the course and have passed, but Phil final few holes in a house near the Augusta National.
But late Sunday afternoon with Phil even closer to the third green jacket, came to the 18th green was there and said hello when he left. His long arms, their words to one another - was one of the most moving moments in the history of Augusta.
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