British Open 2010: Phil Mickelson vs Padraig Harrington Betting Odds: As the British Open celebrates its 150th tournament at the Home of Golf, Phil Mickelson feels good about his chances. The world no. 2 has appeared at the British Open 16 times without any wins, but hopes that this week at St. Andrews he will actually see some results. Mickelson’s best finish was in 2004 at Troon where he finished third. With a struggling Tiger Woods around the Scotland, shouldn’t he be feeling quite confident?
"I know that my window of opportunity is small because Tiger is going to start playing some of his better golf here soon, so I've got to get my butt in gear," shared Mickelson.
But he feels that the Old Course will favor his game. Mickelson believes that the course with wide-open spaces favors short games that can drive the ball a long way off the tee. The American, who turned 40 last month, will get another chance at winning the third leg of a career Grand Slam, as well a chance to earn the No. 1 spot in the world and he does not take that lightly.
“If I were to accomplish that in my career— and I have some chances here—it would be something. Whether it was for one week or a month or a year, however long, just to be able to say you did it, especially in Tiger’s era, it would be incredible.”
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