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Mickelson's Only Mistake Is Apologizing

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Phil Mickelson being Phil Mickelson, he issued an apology Tuesday for insensitively airing his tax concerns.

If you were “upset” or “insulted” in any way, the lefthander wants you to know he intends not to let it happen again.

Upset? Insulted? Mickelson doesn’t have to apologize for anything. It’s almost more offensive that he feels compelled to apologize. He said nothing wrong. The worst thing he’s guilty of is a minor public relations gaffe.

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