They won a game, which was important, and also lost players, which was no less important.
“I don’t know what to say,” sighed Mickelson. “It was a disappointing day.”
He has been through it all. He felt that all the years of competition gave him an edge.
“It doesn’t bother me at all. It’s part of the deal. I’m to the point where I can laugh at it now.”
The difference in him seems inexplicable, although many have given explanations. Or were they excuses?
It was a fairytale undone, as much by the hero as the supposed villain.
He’s 40 now. Still hits the ball beautifully. Still struggles on occasion with putting. Still works to improve.
What is that, three days without an official round?
If what took place on the diamond was a downer, what took place in the clubhouse on Wednesday had to be uplifting.
If a game isn’t held, somebody may notice. And wonder why.
Good read today on the Oakland Athletics. Points well-made, and Bay Area folks could have two…