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Everyone Loves the Waste Management Open: Starring Ray Romano, Brad Garrett and Phil Mickelson. Well, that last one is iffy.
Technically we’re ten tournaments deep on the PGA’s season, but we all know none really matter until Tiger takes the course. And, as is becoming custom, that’s this week at the Farmers Insurance Open. Tiger Watch 2014 beings now!!! Phil’s back too…
*If this shot was the only one you’ve ever seen.
Tiger Woods is, of course, the heavy favorite to win this weekend’s U.S. Open, the second major of the golf season, which is taking place at Merion Golf Club in Pennsylvania. But as any golf fan knows, all bets are off once it’s Thursday and all predictions are meaningless, so we figured that we would make some predictions.
Phil Mickelson is having a rough time at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am right now. He is at a -1 after three rounds, including a triple bogey snowman (8) on the 18th hole. He is tied for 56th place. He also fell down on his butt on live television.
Super-Rich Guy Phil Mickelson Apologizes For Complaining About All Those Taxes He Has To Pay For Being Super Rich
Phil Mickelson — who made over $60.5 million last year for swinging a golf club, according to Sports Illustrated* — has doubled back on comments he made yesterday regarding the oppressive taxing his income has received. Phil attempts to save par, after the jump.