Phil Mickelson embarked on a bit of an adventure at Augusta National during the opening round of The Masters. On No. 10, Mickelson's first attempt at a tee shot went way left, bouncing into the woods after flying over the heads of the gallery. He hit a provisional, as is the custom, then went hunting.
With five minutes on the clock, Mickelson enlisted the help of the gallery. An army of people searched high and low, under trees and bushes, for Mickelson's ball, to no avail. Finally, he gave up and retreated to his provisional after a lengthy delay.
And since ESPN followed Mickelson's search for his ball, we set it to music from Predator. It kind of sums up the day at Augusta.
This was the kind of day Mickelson had. He spent more time looking for his ball, wandering through the woods, than he did hitting fairways and greens. His drives were wayward, his tee shots were far from accurate, and he spent the whole day scrambling.