Friday, February 11, 2005

Phil Mickelson goes low (again) and Duval still can't break 80

Phil Mickelson rattled off an amazing 10 birdies yesterday to shoot 62, just another in a series of remarkable rounds from him recently.
Is Phil the best player in the world at the moment? I think so. Anyway, it was a terrific round.
There were some other low scores, including a strong round from Mike Weir.
As for David Duval, I think I'd have to give him seven or eight strokes if we played a match at the moment. He's not on a quest to shoot 59 - he's just hoping to break 80.

Check out Phil's card for the day.

3 Comments:

At 8:40 AM, Anonymous Taylor said...

Robert, I still think Vijay is the number one golfer, even at the moment. Phil is number two, but Vijay is still winning this year too. Could change quickly, though.

 
At 9:41 AM, Blogger Erik @ The Sand Trap said...

Phil is on a very temporary hot streak. It happens. Let's not all go gaga just yet eh?

 
At 12:56 PM, Blogger A WALK IN THE PARK said...

Did it just slip past us all or did no one notice Phil shot 62 AT SPYGLASS HILL!?!

SPYGLASS HILL PEOPLE! The same course that scared Nicklaus so badly that he said every time he played there he'd wished he'd gone phishing, err...fishing.

 

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