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Mickelson finds form in bogey-free round of 65

By PGA Tour News on Sun, Feb 7 2016 1:55 AM

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- A few observations following the third round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, where Danny Lee shot 4-under 67 in front of more than 200,000 fans at TPC Scottsdale. He leads by three over Hideki Matsuyama and Rickie Fowler. For more on all the action, click here to read the Daily Wrap-Up. 1. FANTASTIC PHIL: Even when Phil Mickelson hit a terrible shot, he still made birdie. It was that kind of day. Mickelson had six birdies in all and no bogeys en route to a 65 on Saturday to get to 8 under and within striking distance of the lead. “I actually feel like I did the same things tee-to-green as I did the first couple of days, but I scored a lot better,” he said. “It was nice to finally get a lot out of the round.” Especially when it looked like an errant tee shot on the 15th might derail his day. Mickelson pushed his second shot on the par 5 so far left that it cleared the water adjacent to the hole and landed in the 11th fairway. Not that it mattered....

Golf holds strong in heart of oldest PGA member

By Golf Week on Sun, Feb 7 2016 5:07 PM

Gus Andreone, 104, was elected to PGA membership in 1939 and is the oldest member.

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