Does anyone have as good and as bad of luck at the U.S. Open as Phil Mickelson? Mickelson has finished in second at the US Open six times, leaving him one major short of a career grand slam. Mickelson’s bleak track record at Oakmont, a tied for 47th finish in 1994 and a missed cut in 2007, doesn’t necessarily mean much considering those events are 22 and nine years in the past, respectively. On top of that, Mickelson has been playing some good golf lately, finishing tied for 20th at the Memorial and tied for second at the St. Jude Classic this past weekend. This stretch of two weeks comes after a four-week period where he missed three cuts and finished tied for fourth, which hopefully points to a more consistent Mickelson. Mickelson tees off on the back alongside Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose at 2:09 PM ET.
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