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Old 10-27-2012, 09:53 PM  
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Old 04-13-2013, 01:52 AM   #2776
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Hey, don't you ****ing ignore my 2nd picture.
he didnt injure it there either lol
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Old 04-13-2013, 01:54 AM   #2777
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he didnt injure it there either lol
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Old 04-13-2013, 01:54 AM   #2778
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I'm going through that with Mickelson right now. I've rooted for him so long and so hard that there aren't any other golfers that I really even care for. Although I'll always love playing the game, it will be very difficult to envision me watching it nearly as much.
Never a dominant athlete, but Mike Weir is the same for me. Or was...anyway. He dropped off years ago due to injuries/poor play and can't even play well enough to regularly make cuts anymore. It's tough to watch. Without him there, I can't say I follow the PGA Tour week to week with the same kind of devotion.

Is Mickelson really that bad these days? I know he hasn't played like he was for years now, but you can still see the flashes of talent sometimes. I mean, age isn't exactly the same restriction in golf that it is in some other sports.
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Old 04-13-2013, 01:59 AM   #2779
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Being a Mickelson fan is more infuriating/frustrating/baffling than any other sports or athletes i take a rooting interest in.
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Old 04-13-2013, 02:01 AM   #2780
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Being a Mickelson fan is more infuriating/frustrating/baffling than any other sports or athletes i take a rooting interest in.
Watching him choke all those majors away couldn't have been easy, but the 2004 Masters moment was probably awesome because of it.
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Old 04-13-2013, 02:03 AM   #2781
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Watching him choke all those majors away couldn't have been easy, but the 2004 Masters moment was probably awesome because of it.
Top 3 sporting moment for me...happened on my b-day too so all the better. That entire Sunday was incredible overall...

Having said that Sunday at Winged Foot in 2006 is a Top 3 low sporting moment for me lol.
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Old 04-13-2013, 02:09 AM   #2782
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Never a dominant athlete, but Mike Weir is the same for me. Or was...anyway. He dropped off years ago due to injuries/poor play and can't even play well enough to regularly make cuts anymore. It's tough to watch. Without him there, I can't say I follow the PGA Tour week to week with the same kind of devotion.

Is Mickelson really that bad these days? I know he hasn't played like he was for years now, but you can still see the flashes of talent sometimes. I mean, age isn't exactly the same restriction in golf that it is in some other sports.
When you know, you know, and I can tell that his age+his arthritis have sapped him of the ability he formerly had.

He dropped outside of the top 50 in driving distance for the first time last year, he's putting with a claw grip (funny, b/c his putting is as good as it's ever been), and he doesn't flag approach shots with near the consistency he used to.

He rode a couple of good weeks to a high place on the money list this year, but he's ninth in the OWGR and not nearly the same player that he was 2004-2006.

The hardest part of it is that now he's clearly on the downside you look back at all the should-have-beens that weren't with frustration, especially the US Opens.

I know injuries hurt him, but I really think Weir ruined himself by trying out the Stack and Tilt snake oil. Harrington ruined his career with a swing change as well.
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Old 04-13-2013, 02:09 AM   #2783
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Top 3 sporting moment for me...happened on my b-day too so all the better. That entire Sunday was incredible overall...

Having said that Sunday at Winged Foot in 2006 is a Top 3 low sporting moment for me lol.
Yeah, take the good and the bad with him. Phil will be Phil. Well...until he's not capable of being Phil anymore.
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Old 04-13-2013, 02:14 AM   #2784
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Top 3 sporting moment for me...happened on my b-day too so all the better. That entire Sunday was incredible overall...

Having said that Sunday at Winged Foot in 2006 is a Top 3 low sporting moment for me lol.
I was enraged by the 2006 US Open at the time. The most crushing defeat doesn't make me sad, but angry. Now, it hurts more than any other. Morbidly, I still watch highlights of that collapse somehow thinking it won't happen.

Geoff Ogilvie's chip-in on 17 was one of the better breaks in recent major history.

The ones that hurt nearly as much are the 1999 US Open, the 2001 PGA (Toms was such a fluke winner b/c he holed a 5 wood that was headed over the back, short-sided, in deep rough and a certain bogey), the 2009 US Open @ Bethpage, and the 2011 Open, when a garbage player like Darren Clarke careered it.
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Old 04-13-2013, 02:14 AM   #2785
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When you know, you know, and I can tell that his age+his arthritis have sapped him of the ability he formerly had.

He dropped outside of the top 50 in driving distance for the first time last year, he's putting with a claw grip (funny, b/c his putting is as good as it's ever been), and he doesn't flag approach shots with near the consistency he used to.

He rode a couple of good weeks to a high place on the money list this year, but he's ninth in the OWGR and not nearly the same player that he was 2004-2006.

The hardest part of it is that now he's clearly on the downside you look back at all the should-have-beens that weren't with frustration, especially the US Opens.

I know injuries hurt him, but I really think Weir ruined himself by trying out the Stack and Tilt snake oil. Harrington ruined his career with a swing change as well.
I see. If it really is nearly the end of elite golfer Phil Mickelson, you'd have to say that 4 majors was an underachievement for somebody with his huge level of talent. So many chances wasted for more.

And yeah, that might have been a factor with Weir. He hasn't been able to put anything on the fairway consistently since 2009. His swing has been ****ed up for quite some time.
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I see. If it really is nearly the end of elite golfer Phil Mickelson, you'd have to say that 4 majors was an underachievement for somebody with his huge level of talent. So many chances wasted for more.

And yeah, that might have been a factor with Weir. He hasn't been able to put anything on the fairway consistently since 2009. His swing has been ****ed up for quite some time.
When Phil won the 2005 PGA Thomas Bjorn said "Phil is a ten major guy."

He missed the verb. He should have been a ten major guy.
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Old 04-13-2013, 02:19 AM   #2787
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When Phil won the 2005 PGA Thomas Bjorn said "Phil is a ten major guy."

He missed the verb. He should have been a ten major guy.
Definitely could have been right there with Player/Hogan/Watson if not for all the choking at the worst times. Well, at least he got some. Beat Vijay and Ernie anyway there.
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Just once I'd like to see Phil hit a ****ing 3 wood instead of a driver when he needs to hit a fairway
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Jesus, this is a ****ing joke.
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Phil needs to bag that ****ing piece of shit driver.
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What a ****ing collapse. Miller is absolutely right. Just hit a 3 iron off the tee and make no worse than a tap-in 5.
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I can't believe Ogilvy chipped in on 17. What a lucky friggin shot.

Phil could have done what Payne Stewart did to him in 1999. Pitch out, hit a wedge into the green and make a goddamned putt for par, tap it in if you miss.
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I can't ****ing believe this shit.
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Worse than anything Greg Norman ever did...plays the last 3 holes 3 over par....kept going back to that driver when he knew....HE KNEW he couldn't hit a fairway with it to save his life. Norman lost to fluke shit like Bob Tway and Larry Mize, Mickelson just pissed away another US Open.
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Phil's caddie may be his best friend, but he needs to find someone on the bag who can actually tell him to bag the ****ing driver and pitch out when he's against it. How do you not hit 3 wood/3 iron on 18 when all you need is par???
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I feel dirty after watching that 18th hole, like I've just watched people get skinned alive.
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Nobody ever talks about Faldo winning the 96 Masters, they always talk about Norman's implosion.

This Open will be remembered for Phil's Vesuvius-level blowup, and Monty's piss chili dip chunk iron shot. Ogilvy will go down as an afterthought in people's minds, but the champion in the record books.

Strange game golf is, the cruelest of all games.
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Wait, Ernie won the Open last year somehow. Guess Phil and Ernie tied there then. Well...he beat your hated Vijay.
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Ernie's actually a guy who has had very good luck in the majors, but he's also made the most of it, and he deserves credit for that.
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