Round of the Year - Shot of the Year

I’m a Phil Mickelson fan, so there’s a built-in bias here, but I think the round of the year and shot of the year both belong to Phil Mickelson in the final round of the 2010 Masters. Phil was a shot behind a very strong Lee Westwood, but held it together for a final round 67 and a victory. That 67 included the now legendary shot out of the trees on the par 5 thirteenth.

Here’s a very nice highlight reel, which also features one of my favorite movie soundtracks from one of my favorite movies, The Last of the Mohicans.
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3 thoughts on “Round of the Year - Shot of the Year”

  1. I stood behind that spot during the Tuesday practice rounds and looked through there.  Little did I know what historic play would originate from there five days later.

    How cool.

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  2. Okay, I definitely agree with the SOTY, but neither of the 59’s make the cut as ROTY? (yes, yes, neither won the Masters in a come-from-behind, but still…) smile

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