Sportsbook Operator Reports that Phil Mickelson is Out of US Open

Sportsbook Operator Reports that Phil Mickelson is Out of US Open

Last updated on June 18th, 2022 at 07:11 pm

The latest sportsbook operator reports showed Phil Mickelson is out of contention at the US Open. After participating in the LIV Golf series, he missed the cut in his first major.

According to sportsbook software experts, Mickelson had a lousy start on Thursday. He tallied an eight-over 78 in the first round. However, he improved in the second round with a three-over 73. The bad news is that only the top sixty players can qualify for the next round. Therefore, Mickelson’s eleven-over par was not enough to send him to the next round.

It was Mickelson’s fifth time missing the cut at the US Open. Also, it was the only major he failed to win in his professional golf career. According to pay per head sportsbook sources, it was his fifth-highest score after two rounds.

Sportsbook Operator Reports on the US Open

Sportsbook Operator Reports that Phil Mickelson is Out of US OpenThe American’s participation in Brookline was the first in quite a while home country since January. It came after a four-month sabbatical from the sports, ending with his appearance at the LIV Golf series’ debut event last week.

The Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia backs the tour. However, it generated controversy for disrupting the sport’s traditional format. Mickelson was one of the golfers suspended from the PGA Tour due to their participation in the new league.

Mickelson had three bogeys and a double bogey in the first six holes in the first round. He improved his performance the next day with birdies in the fifth and sixth holes. However, Mickelson hit a spectator on the third tee of the day. He gave the fan his golf glove before settling on par for the hole.

Mickelson didn’t sustain his performance in the back nine as he got three bogeys. However, his total score improved, and he described it as a good day.

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