Phil Mickelson’s US Open disappointment bubbled over on the ninth gap after he hit his subsequent shot route directly on Thursday.
A NBC camera got a crushed Mickelson murmuring, “I am so tired of this” after an unpredictable shot arrived on the primary tee at Winged Foot. Mickelson recouped to record a standard on the opening.
That shot originated from the fairway, yet it was an uncommon methodology from that point as Mickelson battled with his driving exactness all through the round.
Mickelson, 50, opened his day with consecutive birdies before three straight intruder. Be that as it may, it just deteriorated from that point for Mickelson, who was getting back to the site of his most noteworthy US Open frustration.
Mickelson shot a 42 on the posterior with five intruder and a twofold intruder on 14. He completed 9-over, which was only one shot better than Lukas Michel who was in last after the first round.
At the 2006 US Open at Winged Foot, Mickelson, twofold missed the 72nd gap to cost himself the title. It was one of his six runner up completes in the US Open.