Phil Mickelson Shoots Five-Under 67 in Final Round of the Masters

Take a look at the best shots from the second round of the 82nd Masters     
  
 
      
         
              Take a look at the best shots from the second round of the

Take a look at the best shots from the second round of the 82nd Masters Take a look at the best shots from the second round of the

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson don't like playing second fiddle to anyone but even with seven green jackets they were nearly happy just to be able to play the ultimate warm-up act to last night's star turn at Augusta.

McIlroy will play alongside Reed in the final round where the two will get a chance to renew their duel from the 2016 Ryder Cup where they traded birdies in a scintillating stretch of one-upmanship that was deemed an instant classic.

Woods admitted: "Overall I drove it well enough but hit my irons terrible".

"It was a fantastic experience a everyone was so supportive. And when I did miss I missed in the wrong spots".

Mickelson also eagled 15 on his way to a five under par 67, but he offered a brutal assessment of his efforts after finishing on two over. And not only does he attempt one of the toughest shots in golf, he executes it to perfection.

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"For a couple of years I've just been coming here just to eat", he said of the Champions Dinner.

Lefty got off to a hot start in his final round, making three straight birdies at 2, 3 and 4.

"The hard thing for me is I continue to put a little bit too much pressure on myself in the majors now because I know that I don't have a ton of time to win them, especially U.S. Opens, " Mickelson said.

As for the possibility of completing the slam, Mickelson said, "It's one of those career milestones that sets you apart from all players". "But these next two U.S. Opens, Shinnecock and Pebble Beach, give me two really good opportunities. At the past, I've been on at Shinnecock and I'm hopeful to do it again".

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