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  • March 18, 2019
    导出博客文章NAPA, Calif. -- By the end of the opening week of a new PGA Tour season, no one
    felt more vulnerable than Brendan Steele.Winless since his rookie season five
    years ago, Steele was confronted with some bad memories of Silverado when he
    three-putted the 12th hole on Sunday in Safeway Open. It was the same hole where
    last year he began a sloppy stretch of five bogeys in six holes that sent him to
    a 76 and cost him a chance to win.He was trying not to make mistakes last year.
    Now he had to try to make birdies.And he would have to make them with a
    conventional putter, having never won with anything but the long putter. Steele
    switched to a short putter when the rule that outlawed the anchored stroke for
    long putters first was proposed in 2014. He had done fine with it, though he
    still had doubts he could make putts when they mattered.He made birdie with a
    great lag on the par-5 16th. He rolled in an 18-footer for birdie on the 17th.
    And he made a 7-footer on the 18th, his third straight birdie that carried him
    to a 7-under 65 and -- finally -- another PGA Tour victory when Patton Kizzire
    faltered and couldnt catch him.Thats really a sweet feeling to know that I can
    do it under those circumstances, he said.Before long, he was headed to Malaysia,
    the next stop on a long PGA Tour season that began in Napa Valley just three
    weeks after it ended in Atlanta.The season-opening tournament that began with
    promise ended in the rain.This was supposed to be the week where Tiger Woods
    returned to the PGA Tour for the first time in 14 months. Instead, he
    mysteriously withdrew just three days after he committed to play, saying his
    game was vulnerable and not where it needed to be.The opener still had Phil
    Mickelson, playing a domestic event in the fall for the first time in a decade,
    and Mickelson still managed to have an influence with a surprisingly large
    gallery for the dour weather over the last three days.Mickelson ended a third
    straight year without a victory, though he tried to make it interesting on the
    back nine with a pitch shot from the mud to 4 feet that offered the promise of a
    late charge, only to miss the putt and too many other chances.He still tied for
    eighth, raising his career total over 25 years on the PGA Tour to finishing in
    the top 10 in one-third of his events.And he had an influence on
    Steele.Mickelson took Steele and another rookie, Keegan Bradley, under his wing
    in 2011 and played one of his fabled money games with them at The Players
    Championship. The stakes werent high -- they were only rookies, so Mickelson set
    the wager at a mere $50 -- but the idea was to teach them to play to win.Steele
    already had won a month earlier at the Texas Open, and he shared the 54-hole
    lead at the PGA Championship later that year in Atlanta, which Bradley wound up
    winning in a playoff. Steele thinks now early success might have been too much,
    too soon. So he sought out Mickelson over the last year and asked him for tips
    on how to play down the stretch. Mickelsons answer was to play to win, and it
    worked for Steele.He needed some help, typical of most tournaments.Starting the
    final round four shots behind, he got in the mix and still was two shots behind
    Kizzire, who looked like a winner when he stuffed his tee shot on the 11th hole
    to 2 feet for a birdie. Kizzire started missing fairways. The only putts he made
    were for par. He had birdie chances on the last three holes and missed out with
    a poor tee shot (No. 16), a poor wedge (No. 17) and a 9-iron that missed the
    green on No. 18.Kizzire wasnt the only player who left Silverado feeling as
    though he had let one slip away.Paul Casey, Scott Piercy and Johnson Wagner all
    had their chances. Wagner finished with eight straight pars. Casey and Piercy
    dropped shots at the wrong time. Casey had his fourth straight finish in the top
    4 dating to the FedEx Cup playoffs.So close, isnt it? Casey said. I mean, I
    played great. I had another wonderful week.Steele now gets to go back to Augusta
    National, where he hasnt been since 2012 and started to wonder if he would ever
    play again.Mickelson headed into a three-month offseason. He wont show up again
    until the California desert.The question leaving wine country was when anyone
    would see Woods at a golf tournament. Woods said his next target was the Hero
    World Challenge the first week of December in the Bahamas, an 18-man field of
    low expectations and even less stress.Still unanswered is what happened to his
    game in three days from the time he entered (Friday) until he withdrew (Monday).
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