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Phil Mickelson Had Himself a Day on Twitter

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For those of you that have been living under a rock, Phil Mickelson has been on Twitter for about a year now. Oh and what a glorious year it has been.

In the year that Phil has been on Twitter, he has given us gems such as Phireside With Phil chats and tweets about hitting bombs. It’s no secret that Phil has been a must-follow on twitter and his tweets are “gold, Jerry! Gold!”

The only thing that had really been missing from Phil having the full Twitter experience was interacting with some of his followers. After all, interacting with fellow Twitter users is what makes Twitter what it is, for good and bad (this website wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for a random Twitter interaction a few years back).

Well, yesterday Phil decided he was going to slide into some mentions and just like everything else he does on Twitter, it was glorious.

He started off by firing off at this seemingly innocent tweet sent out by Golf Channel’s Will Gray:

It didn’t stop there though. Next up was fellow Tour pro Luke Donald:

As you can imagine, following those two tweets Golf Twitter blew up. Phil continued to have fun with it all:

After having a fun afternoon on Twitter, Phil probably woke up this morning focused and ready to start his first round at the BMW, right? Well, reader, you would be wrong. Behold this gem sent out by Phil a mere hours before his tee time at Medinah:

I have said this many times, and I will say it once again. Never change Phil!

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