Phil Mickelson and Jeff Overton were locked in a fierce match against Dustin Johnson and Steve Marino on Tuesday, much like the 2010 PGA Championship. So much for a practice round.
G.W. Cable, who is Steve Marino’s caddie, may be responsible for a change in golf terminology.
Steve Marino ran off three straight birdies late in the third round Saturday for a 3-under 68 to catch Paul Goydos for a share of the lead at The Barclays and give himself another shot at his first PGA Tour victory.
About a week ago, the man now at the top of the British Open leaderboard wasn’t expecting to be here. In the Open. The top of the board wasn’t even near the realm of his fantasies.
Tom Watson leading the British Open heading to the weekend? Tiger Woods gassing up the plane and heading for home? Treacherous Turnberry delivered a pair of shockers Friday.
Dressed head-to-toe in rain gear, Steve Marino sauntered off one of the putting greens, headed to the first tee for a practice round at Turnberry.