OHH! I had hard about this today but had not seen it yet. That’s a tough break. It did everything but go in.

Potts' Shots, Agape Golf

On a day made for good scoring, Phil Mickelson almost took his effort into the record books.

Mickelson ripped apart the TPC Scottsdale with 11 birdies, and only a brutal lipout of a 25-foot putt on his final hole prevented a historic round. Still, his round of 60 put him atop the pack by four strokes after one round at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

“Last time I shot 60 here in `05, I birdied like the last three or four holes just to do that and I was ecstatic, and I’m ecstatic to shoot 60 (today),” Mickelson said. “But there’s a big difference between 60 and 59. Not that big between 60 and 61, there really isn’t. But there’s a big barrier, a Berlin Wall barrier, between 59 and 60.”

Mickelson hit the course with a barrage of birdies, starting at his first four holes, Nos. 10-13, and then…

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