Phil Mickelson uses driver from deep rough at Waste Management

In the second round of the 2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open, Phil Mickelson uses driver to dig his ball out of some deep rough then scrambles resulting in bogey on the par-4 8th hole. This highlight is delivered by PGA TOUR LIVE. .
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Preview | 2018 Waste Management Phoenix Open

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Check out all the reasons to tune into the 2018 Waste Management Phoenix Open, featuring a strong field in the desert, going low a must to win and hitting greens is mandatory.

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26 thoughts on “Phil Mickelson uses driver from deep rough at Waste Management”

  1. phil loves the challenge. Seems to be the harder the shot the more he enjoys the challenge. Seve was like that.And Tiger.

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  2. Phil is an animal. Trying shots the young bucks won't even think about doing. Check out or golf vlogs for more golf fun!

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  3. He likes the trick shots. And the attention that follows. They don't call em Phil the Thrill for nothing lol

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