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Mickelson and Palmer A historic pair

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PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – What are Phil Mickelson’s chances of winning this U.S. Open with a Sunday rally?

He starts the final round seven shots back. A lot of folks like to compare Mickelson's derring-do style of play to Arnold Palmer. If Mickelson somehow wins today, those comparisons will escalate. Palmer ‘s seven-shot comeback to win at Cherry Hills in 1960 is the largest comeback in U.S. Open history.