Phil Mickelson is a intelligent individual. But when it came to final a strength of Dustin Johnson final year after a Ryder Cup, Mickelson couldn’t have been some-more wrong.
The impulse came late into Team USA’s jubilee of a feat during Hazeltine, and according to Golf Digest’s John Feinstein, Mickelson and Johnson got into an evidence about either Phil could shun if Johnson put him in a headlock.
“No chance, dude,” Johnson pronounced during a debate. Mickelson responded with, “Let’s find out.”
So Johnson put Mickelson into a headlock as a throng collected around them. Mickelson attempted with all his competence though couldn’t get loose. He attempted dual some-more times and unsuccessful on both attempts.
“By a time it was over, Phil looked flattering kick up. He had no shot,” Steve Stricker said, that Feinstein recounted in his new book, The First Major: The Inside Story of a 2016 Ryder Cup.
“What can we tell you?” Mickelson pronounced later. “I suspicion we could do it.”