Descrambling the No. 1 ranking scenarios
One repeating storyline during the seemingly endless downward spiral of Tiger Woods in 2010 has been the potential for Phil Mickelson to overtake Tiger as the No. 1 golfer in the world. The numbers have become so close that there are three men who could be the world's No. 1 after this weekend at Whistling Straits, and there would be four if Lee Westwood weren't injured.
Mickelson has time and time again come up short when the window, and sometimes barn door, has swung open ...
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