Mickelson Withdraws from Memorial Tournament

Mickelson withdrew from the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village due to a wrist injury.

As reported on Zealous Golfer, Mickelson spent the weekend focused on the US Open. He played the course. One member said he and his team actually surveyed the course -- the first time the member had ever witnessed a player doing a survey.

Mickelson said he injured his left wrist chipping out of the rough at Oakmont. He took four pain pills in the morning and felt well enough to play. After the second hole, pain shot up his arm. The pain continued to increase with each hole.

Mickelson admits that as much as he would like to be a winner at the Memorial, the US Open is the prize. He is a four time runner-up at the Open.

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