Mickelson's family still believes
ARDMORE, Pa. -- Phil Mickelson already had a life-shaping decision to make at the age of 11, so his old man sat him down to review his three options: football, baseball or golf. If Phil wanted to excel in one, he needed to reduce the time and energy devoted to the others.
He had been a right-handed quarterback who broke his arm winging the football and a right-handed pitcher who was struck with a thrown ball and a batted ball on back-to-back days, leaving him with a matching set of ...
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The U.S. Open, back at Merion Golf Club for the first time since 1981, will play short. But don't expect it to be easy.