Phil Mickelson sensationally clinched the clubhouse lead late on Sunday at the Masters, producing his lowest ever final round at Augusta to leave the golf world stunned.
Six-time major winner and three-time Masters champion Mickelson, trying to break his own major age win mark at 52, birdied the par-3 12th, par-5 13th and 15th and par-4 17 and 18 to card a 65 to sit at eight under for the tournament. He was equal second, two behind Jon Rahm who was midway through his final round.
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