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I don’t care that Mickelson went Happy Gilmore on the green. He wasn’t going to win anyway, and his fans are certainly not going to love him any less. It was his explanation that bothered me.
Look, I don’t mean disrespect to anybody, Mickelson said. I know it’s a two-shot penalty. At that time, I just didn’t feel like going back and forth and hitting the same shot over. I took the two-shot penalty and moved on. It’s my understanding of the rules. I’ve had multiple times where I’ve wanted to do that. I just finally did.
So Mickelson wants us to believe this was premeditated? That, in those fateful seconds as the ball started rolling toward oblivion, that he processed what was happening, considered the many outcomes, and chose to chase after the ball like a 7-year-old on a windmill hole?
The San Diego County District Attorney didn’t offer any further details. However, a member of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department did tell NBC San Diego that the case involved multiple victims. Winslow is potentially looking at life in prison if he’s convicted on all charges, according to TMZ.com. The SDCSD also added that the charges were unrelated to Winslow’s arrest last week. On June 7, the former first-round pick was charged with one count of residential burglary after an incident at a mobile home park just north of San Diego. Shortly after the incident, Winslow’s attorney, Harvey A.
Weinberg, issued a statement saying that Winslow didn’t commit any type of burglary. In that case, Winslow ended up spending several hours in jail before being bailed out on a $50,000 bond. Winslow was actually supposed to be arraigned for that case on Thursday, but that’s now been pushed back to Friday. The former NFL tight end hasn’t played in the NFL since 2013 when he caught 31 passes for the Jets.