I have struggled out of the rough this week but I remembered a few of the shots I hit as a kid in my backyard.
USPGA champion Phil Mickelson on the chip that set up his birdie on 18.
To win here where Jack Nicklaus has won a couple of times makes it a very special week. I touched his plaque there on 18 just to get some good karma.
Mickelson benefits from a bit of luck as his round comes to an end.
I am pleased to have accomplised two of those challenges, but there are two more that would show the real complete player.
Mickelson is setting his sights on a Grand Slam.
This win is going to make it easier and easier for him to win more and he deserves greatness.
Runner-up Thomas Bjorn on USPGA champion Phil Mickelson.
There's no moral victory for coming in second in this major. If anyone can tell me who was runner-up in any major, I'll give you 100 dollars.
Steve Elkington puts his second-place finish into perspective.
Every guy who plays golf, if they did a 'what if?', especially out here on
tour, you'd drive yourself crazy.
Bjorn refuses to dwell on his missed putt at the 18th.
I love this championship, but I want to live.
Phil Mickelson, after play was suspended because of thunder and lightning.
I worked my butt off to try and get back in this thing.
Tiger Woods, who was 15 strokes off the lead after four holes of his second round and ended up within a whisker of winning the tournament.
There's a goalkeeper in the holes - and he's playing great.
Ireland's Paul McGinley tries to explain the reasons for his recent putting problems.
It hasn't been what everybody thinks - I've had a good reception all year. This week has been a lot of fun.
England's Paul Casey says the fallout from his anti-American comments after the Ryder Cup has not been as bad as reported.