2011 US Open Golf: 10 Reasons Phil Mickelson Will Miss the Cut at Congressional

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2011 US Open Golf: 10 Reasons Phil Mickelson Will Miss the Cut at Congressional
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Is it possible that this is finally the year that Phil Mickelson can capture the U.S. Open?

Many people are calling this a window of opportunity for “lefty” because the tournament field is wide open with the absence of Tiger Woods.

For years, Mickelson was tabbed as the guy who couldn’t win a major championship, but even though he shed that label in impressive fashion, people still don’t seem like they will be satisfied until he wins the U.S. Open.

In fact, I don't believe that he will be satisfied until he wins it, but time is running out!

Some are saying that Mickelson is one of the favorites to win, but what if he can’t even make the cut?!

I have a couple theories that may just bring about that scenario.

Here are 10 reasons why Phil Mickelson will miss the cut at Congressional:

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