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Meanwhile on the tour…
LA QUINTA, Calif. – Say this for Phil Mickelson: In his 24th year as a pro, he remains as optimistic as ever.
In a five-minute interview Thursday at the Humana Challenge, he used the words “excited” and “amped” 14 times. Even Tim Tebow thought it was a bit much.
Some years, Mickelson is excited about a new piece of equipment. Others, he’s amped because of his fitness regimen, or his swing changes, or his happy home life. When the season opener rolls around, no one hits the reset button better – or more often – than Mickelson.
The debacle at the Ryder Cup? Hey, he’s looking forward now.
The 2014 season, his worst as a pro? Well, it allowed him to identify his weaknesses.
The first-round 71 in perfect conditions that left him eight shots off the early pace? Oh, he was just too tight.
And you thought Phil only knew how to spin a wedge shot.