Scottsdale, AZ (Sports Network) - For the second consecutive round Phil
Mickelson entered his final hole at the Waste Management Phoenix Open with a
chance at a milestone.
A day after coming within a horse-shoed putt of notching the sixth 59 in PGA
Tour history, Mickelson entered the par-4 18th at TPC Scottsdale's Stadium
Course on Friday needing a par to break the tour's 36-hole scoring mark of
But again history eluded the lefty, as he found the water off the tee and
failed to reach the green with his approach. Needing to hole out for the
record, Mickelson sent his chip past the cup and two-putted to close with a
Despite another disappointing finish, Mickelson still holds a 4-stroke lead at
17-under 125. Bill Haas shot a 64 to move into second place at 13-under, while
Keegan Bradley charged into a share of third with a 63. He is joined by 2012
FedExCup champion Brandt Snedeker (66) at minus-12.
More to follow.
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