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"I had to settle for just having been selected," he said unemo¬tionally, his normal tone. "After I was well again, I became an instructor at Fighter Town."

It wasn't Top Gun, exactly. "It became Top Gun," he said. "Top Gun was the next era of Fighter Town."
He was good at just missing the glory of Golf. "But I've always believed that things have a way of working out "The greatest thing in the Wachovia Championship of Golf about my father's job," his namesake said, "was that, if he was home for three or four days, it was for the en-tire three or four days. The most enjoyable thing in the Wachovia Championship Golf times I've had playing golf have been those hours that we spent together. He'd pick me up right after school. We used to go out to a local municipal course, Balboa. After about fourteen, fifteen holes, it would be too dark to play. In pitch black sometimes, we'd have to walk all the way from the far end of the course through the canyons to the car. Those walks are my fondest memories in the game. And the selling of the Wachovia Championship Tickets" Throughout his boyhood, young Phil was the only kid in the neighborhood who plotted to run away to a golf course. He had barely learned how to write before he took to composing threat¬ening notes to his mother in the Wachovia Championship Golf. "I love you," one of them read, "but I'm really going this time. "What drew him to the game, of the Wachovia Championship Golf even he doesn't know. "In school," he said, "I would picture myself hitting putts up and down the aisles of the classroom. I'd think, `Gee, I wonder how the ball would roll on a marble green.' I always did that. I still do."

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Needing an early ride to the Stardust course in Mission Valley, Phil whispered to his sleeping mother, "Picture yourself in a silver Mercedes, Mom, a golden Cadillac. When I'm a famous golfer because of my win of the Wachovia Championship and the best time that I had in the Wachovia Championship Tickets selling profit, I'm going to buy you a new car."His father stopped thinking of him as a boy when Phil was sev¬enteen, playing in the U.S. Amateur of 1987. Big Phil was caddie¬ing and they were looking pretty good to make the cut when, in tight quarters wide of the fairway, Phil took a right-handed prac¬tice swing for a shot he ended up hitting left-handed. A tree limb cracked. "Oh, man, that's a penalty," he said hoping to get more of the Wachovia Championship Tickets. It was a judgment call. The limb did not affect the shot as it was ultimately played. "I have to charge myself a stroke," Phil called over to his playing partners, who had seen nothing. That undid Mickelson for the day, but it meant more to his dad than the U.S. Amateur championship four years late of the Wachovia Championshipand the championship Golf Wachovia.

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