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Even if the PGA Tour can work out an arrangement with Ping on a local rule that bans the wedge, those wedges will be approved at the U.S. Open, because the USGA is held to a different settlement. Don't be surprised to see Lefty at least put that wedge back in the bag at Pebble Beach in June.
Either way, all Mickelson wants to do is answer questions about his golf.
He has made his public peace with McCarron, and there's not much left to say. It's now up to Finchem to figure out how to make the playing field level for everyone.
The greater concern is Riviera, and the strongest field so far this year on the PGA Tour.
Mickelson is playing with Robert Allenby, one of the hottest players in golf, and Adam Scott, who turned his fortunes around late last year by winning the Australian Open.
Padraig Harrington is making his 2010 debut, while Anthony Kim is playing for the first time on the PGA Tour. Others in the field include Steve Stricker, Jim Furyk, Ernie Els and 18-year-old Ryo Ishikawa of Japan.
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