Phil Mickelson couldn't catch a break on Sunday's final round at Merion, burning edge after edge and dropping out of the lead...until No. 10. Mickelson, long known as one of the best wedge players in the world, came out of the rough from 76 yards and this one didn't miss any edges:
Not the most athletic of reactions to the amazing turn of events. The eagle at No. 10 puts him back at even-par and into sole possession of the lead.
A nice little birthday present for the five-time runner-up who's trying to capture the white whale of his career. And that could be the signature moment.