How One Word Branded Tiger Woods the Villain and Phil Mickelson the Hero





How One Word Branded Tiger Woods the Villain and Phil Mickelson the Hero
Golf is the ultimate judge of one’s character. The US Open, held this past weekend at the sublime Pebble Beach golf course, revealed an indelible difference between professional golf’s two most talented competitors. And all it took was one word. Awful. When Tiger Woods used the word ‘awful’ to describe the quality of Pebble Beach’s putting greens after his first round and Phil Mickelson used the …
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Frys.com Open planners hope to draw a similar gallery seen Saturday at the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links. (PHOTO BY USGA/MIKE EHRMANN.) Photo by: Special to The Times PEBBLE BEACH — As Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Ernie Els floundered through the final round of the U.S. Open, Ian Knight and Alan Campey marveled at the layout of Pebble Beach Golf Links, which eloquently humbled the …
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