It isn't everyday that the words Phil Mickelson and Scottish Open Leader can be found in the same sentence.
Lefty posted a three-under 68 in what were described as "windy conditions" to take a one-shot lead over Frenchy Gregory Havret. Like I've said, Mickelson has never been known for his low-ball ability, and with the recent wrist injury makes his contention all the more
Nonetheless, this is probably just what Mickelson needs to get himself ready for Carnoustie next week, a place he missed the cut in 1999.
On United States soil, Nathan "Cue Ball" Green has found tons of red, holding the lead at 15-under par at the John Deere Green Classic. Just in case you were wondering, Tiger Woods decided to skip the John Deere Classic, shocking the golf world to the very core.