Although it might come as a surprise to golf fans around the world, but American golfer Phil Mickelson has been enduring a tough time with his game of late, struggling to come up with the goods on most of the occasions. However, this is not the first time that the lefty has been struggling with his swing; still, he has been going through one of the most barren stretches of his long career over the last two months.
It all started with the W/D at Memorial and since then, Mickelson has missed out on the weekend action in all but two of his six starts on the PGA Tour. He even went eight consecutive rounds without managing even a par score, before he salvaged some pride at the Scottish Open earlier in the month by stringing together two solid rounds.
However, the positives e took from the Scottish Open counted for nothing as Phil Mickelson ended up missing the cut at The Open Championship, which concluded recently at Turnberry which has seen questions raised about his mental strength. And Mickelson has admitted at CBS This Morning during a conversation with Charlie Rose that he has been struggling with the lack of focus on his game recently.
Mickelson is almost certain to take part in the World Golf Championship – Bridgestone Invitational before heading off to take part in the PGA Championship. Speaking about his lack of form, Mickelson stated that he has been struggling with a lack of focus over the last couple of months. He even admitted that he had spent some time introspecting after missing the cut at The Open Championship recently.
Phil Mickelson even admitted that he has been lethargic of late, adding that he must get his head in the right position with so many important events coming up.