Lefty's win, appeal draw in Chinese
SHANGHAI -- Earlier this year, a huge Barbie store opened on one of the busiest streets in downtown Shanghai, and as Phil Mickelson approached the 18th green Sunday afternoon at the city's Sheshan International Golf Club, he might have looked to the crowd like a giant Ken doll, tanned, smiling, waving, tipping his cap.
Mickelson without a doubt has charmed China -- or at least the part of China that cares about golf. After a final-round 69, the world's No. 2 golfer won for the second ...
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