Mickelson was assessed a two-stroke penalty for hitting a moving ball, giving him a 10 on the par-4 hole.
That was a 2-stroke penalty and Mickelson ended up with a 9 on the hole.
A loophole that some will consider against the general ethos of the game, Mickelson confirmed that there were "multiple times he wanted to do it" before today's incident on the 13th. Not a good look for the birthday boy, who apparently is simply becoming a grumpy old man. "I don't know if I would have been able to save a shot or whatnot, but I know it's a two-shot penalty hitting a moving ball, I tried to hit it as close to the hole as I could to make the next one".
With the penalty he racked up a sextuple bogey 10 at the par-four hole - although it took some minutes for the scoreboard to catch up with him.
He said he knew the ball was going to roll off the green, which is why he made a decision to hit it while it was still moving.
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That's was John Daly's reasoning when he pulled a similar stunt at the 1999 U.S. Open at Pinehurst, saying it was his response to poor pin positions.
"That's the most out-of-character I have ever seen Phil Mickelson", Azinger said. Then he kept on with his round and parred the most hard hole on the course, the 14th, still smiling and acknowledging fans. "But it was just a moment - I think it's just a moment of madness". "I've never seen anything like that from a world-class player in my life".
But it's nothing disrespectful to me or to the U.S. Open or anything.
Phil Mickelson reacts to a shot from the fescue on the fifth hole during the third round of the U.S. Open. I took the two-shot penalty and moved on. The 5-time major champion then struck the ball back at the hole, saw it lip out, then marked it before playing his next shot.