Phil Mickelson issues apology on eve of the Ryder Cup after criticising 2004 captain Hal Sutton: 'I feel awful. It was never meant to be like that'

Ryder Cup veteran Phil Mickelson has apologised to former captain Hal Sutton for criticism of his leadership in 2004.
The five-time major winner, when asked about the importance of captains, used the example of Sutton's decision to pair him with Tigers Woods on the opening day at Oakland Hills when they lost both matches and never played together again.
'We were told two days before that we were playing together and that gave us no time to work together and prepare,' Mickelson said on Wednesday. 'That's an example of starting with the captain that put us in a position to fail and we failed... read more

29 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 28
Source: Daily Mail

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