Mickelson took to social media to tell a classic story about one of the rare times he beat Tiger, and how Phil used an unwitting accomplice — Romo — to do it.
Wayne Rooney and D.C. had a rough start to April but need inspiration (Sun. 4 p.m. ET, ESPN), while the Red Bulls look for a first win this year.
One effect of Tiger Woods playing a series of matches in Asia, would be the possibility he could also play in PGA Tour events there during the fall, something he hasn’t done in several years.
The Match needed Tiger and Phil to be Tiger and Phil. Instead, we got 22 holes of so-so golf from the sport’s two biggest names.
It took 22 holes, but Phil Mickelson finally prevailed in his $9 million showdown with Tiger Woods, telling him afterward, “I will not ever let you live this one down.”
The crowd at the Players Championship saw some bad golf and, according to them, bad shirt choices. (Hint, that’s you, Phil.)
Patrick Reed has long emulated Tiger Woods, from the clothes to the demeanor. To truly be like Tiger, he has to win a major. Will Reed fade with the sun, as Rory McIlroy suggests? We’ll find out a lot about Patrick Reed on Sunday at Augusta.
Tiger Woods carded a 1-over 73 in his first Masters round in three years.”I fought hard to get it back there, and I’m back in this championship,” he said. “There’s a lot of holes to be played.”