Tiger and Phil are just going to have to wait. Phil Mickelson hadn't even teed off yet when the call came that play in the U.S. Open Golf Championship, one of the four "Majors" in the golfing world, would be suspended until Friday.
That means that Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, arguably the two best golfers on the planet, would have to wait to resume their rivalry. Tiger, by the way, ends Thursday after double-bogeying the 5th hole, at -1.
Woods fans shouldn't worry just yet because three times in the past ten years the winner of the U.S. Open has shot even par or worse. Twice in the past ten years the U.S. Open has been won by a score of +5.
It's going to be interesting to see what unfolds tomorrow.