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28 июня 2016 г. 10:56

You try to get into a breakaway (group)

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. http://www.max90zapatillas.es/air-max-90-outlet-espana/air-max-90-gris-naranjas.html . -- From the moment Phil Mickelson set foot at TPC Scottsdale early Thursday morning, it was clear that the back pain that sidelined him last weekend was gone. It also was quickly evident that his game was a little off. "My back is fine. My game was a little rusty," Mickelson said after opening his Phoenix Open title defence with an even-par 71. After effortlessly hitting his opening drive 300 yards down the middle on the par-4 10th, Mickelson dumped a 90-yard wedge shot into the left greenside bunker. He blasted 10 feet past the hole and sighed in relief when his par putt slid in. A few minutes later on the par-3 12th, Mickelson found the water hazard along the right side of the green. His chip from the fringe stopped about 15 feet short and he two-putted for a double bogey. He three-putted twice, once for par and another for bogey. "I threw away a lot of shots," Mickelson said. "I made some careless swings. Hitting it in the water on 12 was just pathetic." He was seven strokes behind leaders Bubba Watson and Y.E. Yang. "I got off to a poor start, played a couple over, and finished poorly," Mickelson said. "In the middle of the round, though, I hit a lot of good shots and had a good little run, but it just wasnt quite sharp. I wasnt quite focused on every shot the way I need to be and let way too many shots slide." Mickelson first felt soreness in his back two weeks ago in Abu Dhabi, and pulled out of his hometown event in San Diego after making the 36-hole cut at Torrey Pines. He flew to Georgia to see back specialist Tom Boers and was told his facet joints locked up. "Its fine. Honestly, its no big deal," Mickelson said. "It was a five-minute fix. I just have to be careful for a week or two as it heals up. Its fine. Mobility is back. Its just not a big deal. ... It happens every now and then. Last time was about four years ago." After the double bogey on 12, he rebounded with 20-foot birdie putts on the next two holes, but three-putted for par on the par-5 15th after hitting a hybrid pin-high from 245 yards. "Fifteen really stung," Mickelson said. "It was only a 12- or 15-footer, and I am thinking eagle. I roll it 6 feet by and I miss it coming back. That was costly. Mickelson got to 3 under with birdies on Nos. 17, 1 and 4, then bogeyed three of his last five holes. He three-putted the par-4 fifth -- missing from 5 1/2 and 3 1/2 feet -- and failed to get-up-down for par after finding greenside bunkers on Nos. 7 and 9. "Playing the last five holes at 3 over ... that was really bad," Mickelson said. He hit five of 14 fairways, 11 greens in regulation and had 30 putts. "I wasnt as sharp as I need to be, for sure," Mickelson said. In his victory last year, he opened with a 60 -- lipping out a birdie putt on the final hole -- and matched the tournament record at 28-under 256. The 43-year-old former Arizona State star is making his 25th appearance in the event that he also won in 1996 and 2005. "Its fun to be back here," Mickelson said. "I love playing here." Watson and Yang shot 64. Watson birdied four of the final six holes. The 2012 Masters champion had eight birdies and a bogey in the afternoon session. "This golf course, if your ball-striking is good, you can shoot some good numbers here," Watson said after hitting 17 greens in regulation. "Hit a lot of greens, didnt make too many mistakes, didnt miss too many fairways. Just played solid." Yang birdied the final two holes. The 2009 PGA winner also had eight birdies and a bogey, playing the back nine in 6-under 30 in his morning round. "I think you have to be aggressive," the South Korean player said through a translator. "At the same time, you cant be too aggressive. ... You have to really balance it out, but you still have to be a little bit more aggressive than other tournaments." Scottsdale residents Pat Perez, Kevin Stadler and Matt Jones were a stroke back at 65 along with Harris English, William McGirt, Greg Chalmers and Chris Kirk. English birdied Nos. 12-15 to top the leaderboard at 8 under, but bogeyed the par-3 16th -- the rowdy stadium hole -- and the par-4 18th. He hit an 8-iron over the green on the 178-yard 16th. "I guess I was a little juiced up on that tee," English said. "I left myself with an impossible up-and-down." Graham DeLaet of Weyburn, Sask., fired a 4-under 67. David Hearn of Brantford, Ont., is another shot back at 68. Amateur Ki Taek Lee of Vancouver shot a 2-over 74. Mike Weir of Brights Grove, Ont., carded a 75, and Calgarys Stephen Ames had a 76.. The crowd was estimated at 88,113, a record for the first round. http://www.max90zapatillas.es/air-max-90-outlet-espana/air-max-90-negro-y-gris.html .C. - Wendell Scott earned a second NASCAR first on Wednesday: He became the first African-American driver to be elected to the NASCAR Hall of Fame. http://www.max90zapatillas.es/superstar-supercolor-comprar.html .Note: Three points for a regulation win, two for an overtime/shootout win, one for an overtime/shootout loss. Wednesdays resultsAt TorontoSweden 5 Switzerland 1Czech Republic 4 Russia 1At MontrealCanada 5 U.Canadian Ryder Hesjedal made the most of his last off day at the 2011 Tour de France. There was leisurely ride and a massage to keep the body limber, plus a burrito meal courtesy of Chipotle, which sponsors Garmin-Cervelos junior development team. A few laughs with his Garmin-Cervelo Tour colleagues as well, no doubt. "You have to, to make it through this," the laidback Hesjedal told The Canadian Press on Monday. "Thats the key. "Theres guys on this team now that Ive done all four of my Tour de Frances with. Thats a bond thats pretty hard to duplicate. We go through it, we support each other, we have fun -- the best moments are on the bus, before the race and after the race." Success helps ease the pain of the gruelling 3,430.5-kilometre Tour -- or any competition at this elite level. "Theres been a lot of days where theres no victories -- just suffering. This race has been a huge accomplishment for us," Hesjedal added. "We kind of joke on the bus were still suffering and tired and hurt. And we just imagine what some of the other guys are feeling like, that havent won three stages and had the yellow jersey for a week. "Its tough, but were smiling and joking and taking care of each as best as possible." Mondays meal included a "lovely" glass of Chateauneuf-du-Pape, perhaps the most famous Cotes du Rhone wine in France. The burrito is a team tradition on the second rest day of the Tour. The riders are well taken care of the rest of the time -- the Garmin-Cervelo entourage includes a chef. Seventh last year in a breakthrough performance, Hesjedal stands 32nd after 15 stages. Crashes, the talent on his team and the progression of the race have changed his role this year. His role in the remaining stages will be to help American teammate Tom Danielson, who is ninth overall. The 30-year-old from Victoria will also be doinng his bit for Garmin-Cervelo in the team standings. http://www.max90zapatillas.es/adidas-mujer-originals-superstar-2.html. The times from the top three riders count towards the team competition and that means Hesjedal cant fade to the back when his duties with Danielson are done. "I dont just get to chill out and cruise up (to the finish) as easy as possible and try and recover. Ive got to fight right to the line and keep that going. Its quite a bit of work load to do the rest of the race." Not thats hes complaining. Getting that work done gives him "a nice sense of accomplishment." After hurting his back and neck on a crash on Stage 7, Hesjedal said returning to action after the first rest day July 11 was tough. But his body recovered and he did better over the 2,115-metre Col du Tourmalet in Stage 12 than most. "A lot of the guys suffered," Hesjedal said. Still the damage from crashes lingers on, he explained. Bruised and battered bodies make for inefficient riding, which can take a toll on energy later in the race. "Its hard to get it back," he said. "Well see how this last week goes for me. But I was definitely tired coming out of the Pyrenees. You try to get into a breakaway (group) for a hour-plus at the start of the race and still try to be there right to the end with all the favourites -- supporting someone thats riding the GC (general classification), its end up being a lot of energy youre putting out." It wont get any easier as the riders mark the 100th anniversary of the Tour de France first climbing the Col du Galibier. The riders will do it twice this time, with the 18th stage making the highest finish in the Tours history, at 2,645 metres. "Theres no easy way to get through the Pyrenees or the Alps in the Tour de France," Hesjedal, a good climber, said with a laugh. "Theres still a lot of racing to go." The Tour ends Sunday in Paris. Cheap JerseysWholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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