Mickelson incurs penalty after hitting moving ball

Posted June 17, 2018

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.

Speaking in the wake of this stand out moment, Mickelson failed to bring viewers together from their rivaling positions.

But it's nothing disrespectful to me or to the U.S. Open or anything. "I've had multiple times where I've wanted to do that, I just finally did".

Although as many more are happy going along with this more light-hearted, tactful approach.

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Mickelson's actions were reminiscent of John Daly hitting a moving ball at Pinehurst No. 2 in the 1999 U.S. Open.

"I would gladly take the two shots over continuing that display." he said when asked about it by Curtis Strange of Fox.

Why a 2-stroke penalty and not a disqualification?

"That's the most out-of-character I have ever seen Phil Mickelson", Azinger said.

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Allen reports that the USGA are satisfied with levying a two stroke penalty.

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Mickelson would shoot an 11-over 81 in the third round that dropped him to 17 over for the week and in 65th place. "It's amusing. I just wanted to get to the next hole and did not see that happening without the two shots".

"No question it was going to go down into the same spot behind the bunker and I wasn't going to have a shot".

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'I know it's a two-shot penalty hitting a moving ball. The Committee could have ruled that Mickelson stopping his ball on the green allowed him "a significant advantage". "He just laughed at me, he had no words to say".