Mickelson treated for heat exhaustion
DORAL, Fla. -- Phil Mickelson's spokesman says the golfer has been treated for heat exhaustion and mild dehydration before playing the final round of the CA Championship.
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Don't knock Phil Mickelson for failing to clinch his first WGC title until the 18th hole Sunday. Instead, praise him for the intestinal fortitude -- both figuratively and literally -- he showed to win at Doral. Jason Sobel
Mickelson is tied for the lead entering play Sunday as he tries to win for the second time in a month.
Spokesman T.R. Reinman said Mickelson was feeling lethargic after the third round and was taken to Baptist Medical Plaza to receive two bags of an IV solution.
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