In an announcement that truly did catch the golf world by surprise, Phil Mickelson and his caddie, Jim "Bones" MacKay, decided to end their working relationship together after 25 years. The pair said they would remain friends, but that the time had simply come for a change. There were all kinds of theories floating around in the aftermath of the news, but one interesting event people have been highlighting is the heated exchange between Bones and Phil on 17th hole during the second round of this year's Players Championship. Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports Mickelson had started the day strong, making the turn in three-under, but began losing steam on the back nine. Bogeys on 13 and 15 were mitigated
CROMWELL, Conn. – Jordan Spieth was cruising along at the Travelers Championship at 3 under par when he stepped to the sixth tee. Just as Spieth, Brandt Snedeker and Wesley Bryan were preparing to hit the crowd behind the tee box began to stir. “A lady fainted and then obviously we were going to wait, our officer was right on top of it, and then the guy that was walking with us was on top of getting the paramedics involved, and she ended up being OK,” said Spieth, who opened with a 63 for a one-stroke lead. “We obviously were hoping she was going to be OK. And then wanted to be appropriate on how we went through the rest of our hole.” Spieth said this is the second time in a month someone in
Jason Day needs a pick-me-up at the Travelers. Tiger Woods took time out from his injury and medication rehab to reach out with some tips, but Jason Day was too angry with himself to get back to his mentor. Maybe Jason Day should have called Tiger Woods back after all.