WATCH: Phil Mickelson misses "shortest ever putt on Tour" at US Open

US Open: Phil Mickelson missed "the shortest ever putt of any player on this Tour ever," according to Paul Azinger.

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Fri, 14 Jun 2019
WATCH: Phil Mickelson misses "shortest ever putt on Tour" at US Open

 

Phil Mickelson got every single golf fan out of their seat on day one of the US Open at Pebble Beach after missing a tiny one-foot putt on the par-4 third hole at Pebble Beach.

Fox Sports commentator and former PGA Tour pro Paul Azinger described the gimme gaffe as quite possibly "the shortest missed putt of any player on Tour ever."

Watch Mickelson's shocking missed putt below...

 

 

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