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Mickelson mum about moving-ball moment

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. - Just about everyone was still talking Sunday about Phil Mickelson slapping back a runaway putt the day before. Everyone but Mickelson, that is.

He spent a half hour after his round with Rickie Fowler working the rope line, signing autographs for fans and posing for selfies, but skipped talking to reporters, walking briskly to the players' hospitality tent, flanked by

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