CROMWELL, Conn. – Better late than never.
Phil Mickelson’s mea culpa came five days after he turned the U.S. Open upside down. It came after an attempt to rationalize his mind-boggling efforts on the 13th green only made things worse, and four days after he opted to show up for the final round at Shinnecock Hills but declined comment on the imbroglio that nearly overshadowed Brooks Koepka’s successful title defense.
But finally, from behind a keyboard rather than in front of a microphone, he lent clarity to one …
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