Phil Mickelson shockingly chases, swats moving ball with putter

Phil Mickelson shockingly chases, swats moving ball with putter

Phil Mickelson shockingly chases, swats moving ball with putter

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. - In an apparent act of frustration, Phil Mickelson chased after his moving ball on the 13th green Saturday at Shinnecock Hills and struck it before it could get farther from the hole.

Lefty purposely hit his birdie putt on No. 14 wide of the hole and up a slope behind the cup.

Mickelson would shoot an 11-over 81 in the third round that dropped him to 17 over for the week and in 65th place.

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As the biggest bridesmaid in U.S. Open history with a record six runner-up finishes, one of those coming at this same (but different) Shinnecock Hills course back in 2004, Phil Mickelson had to be a bit frustrated coming into his third round. I've had multiple times where I've wanted to do that. Not exactly what you'd expect from one of the giants of the sport in the U.S. Open.

"I think he just snapped". He then said: "This is my last US Open - ever". On the 18th hole in the second round, Triplett stuck his putter in the ground as a backstop when his ball was headed back down from the hole.

The start of that sequence was for bogey on the par-four 13th. Then he kept on with his round and parred the most hard hole on the course, the 14th, still smiling and acknowledging fans.

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It's safe to say though, that this certainly is a bad look on the coach, who didn't appear to be transparent in his intentions. He added: "You never know, the players have already seen it all and sure, they can play a good role at the World Cup ".

Regardless, Mickelson took plenty of heat from the announcers and those on Twitter.

"During play of the 13th hole Phil Mickelson made a stroke on the putting green at the time his ball was moving", a USGA statement about the incident read. "I took the two shot penalty and moved on", replied Phil. "In that situation, I was just going back and forth and I'd gladly take the two shots over continuing that display".

The greens have been a nightmare for the world's best golfers as only one player is under par and numerous game's biggest names failed to make the cut.

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