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Phil has found a putting secret!

Phil practicing putting on the 17th green at Muirfield on Tuesday

Phil Mickelson, who finally broke his 0-for-Great-Britain streak on Sunday with his thrilling win at the Scottish Open, has gotten over his past struggles with links golf. Mickelson has never consistently performed well at the Open Championship, but he’s now conquered his former disdain for this style of play and even discovered a secret ingredient to cure his previous troubles on the greens.

In other words, it’s Phil being Phil — thinking he’s learned the magic formula to success at a major.

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By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour
Oh no

Ugh, not again!

For the third straight year, Phil Mickelson, who was making his first start since his (sixth) U.S. Open heartbreak, will not play the weekend at the Greenbrier Classic. Mickelson finally broke par in his sixth round at The Old White TPC, shooting a two-under 68 on Friday, but it wasn’t good enough to counter his opening four-over 74.

“It has been a frustrating three years for me playing like this on a golf course that I really admire and respect,” said Mickelson.

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