Rain delay: in New Jersey, Mickelson clings to lead

mulligan, 14 August 2005, Comments Off on Rain delay: in New Jersey, Mickelson clings to lead
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I’m in the New Jersey airport. Yes, I’m back in the country. I wasn’t at the PGA tournament, but I’ve been watching things at the Newark airport. It looks pretty ominous now outside in New Jersey, so they called play until tomorrow morning at Baltustrol.

Lefty Phil Mickelson went on a bogey train (4) along with Davis Love, but Lefty seemed to right the ship with a nice birdie after making the turn on the back nine. He’s in the lead at -4, with Steve Elkington at -3 along with Thomas Bjorn. Oh, and a guy named Tiger has already finished, posting a -2, after birdieing the last two holes. I was looking forward to seeing the finish to kill the time between my connecting flight, but we’ll all have to wait until tomorrow.


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