Phil Mickelson didn't only dagger Brooks Koepka during the LIV Golf Miami press conference before the $50m team championship, he also twisted the knife on Dustin Johnson.
In case you weren't aware, LIV Golf decided to shake things up once again this week. Afterall, it's golf, BUT LOUDER!
LIV Golf previously allowed their players the choice over whether or not to wear shorts in their events. Now they have given them the use of range finders.
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Of course, they won't be allowed to use the slope reading feature. But they have been permitted as an attempt to speed up the game even more.
Mickelson was asked about this shortly after chiding Koepka and also reflecting on Rory McIlroy's comments about feeling betrayal over the LIV defections.
Lefty also appeared to backtrack on his view that he believed the PGA Tour would "trend downward" if it didn't embrace LIV Golf.
"Maybe I shouldn't have said that," Mickelson said.
But back to our topic at hand and Mickelson was asked about the distance measuring devices.
Mickelson was asked:
Then Mickelson replied:
Mickelson is of course referring to his win at Kiawah Island where he became the oldest male player to win a major at the age of 50.
What a long time ago that seems.
Mickelson has signed a multi-year contract with LIV Golf, worth a reported $200m.
He will be a team captain once again next year when the series expands to a 14-event global schedule.
It has recently been reported that LIV Golf's total expenditure through its inaugural season has totalled $784m.
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