On Sunday he made another run. Trailing overnight leader Lee Westwood by seven shots, he dashed through a four-hole stretch on the back nine in five under par, getting to within a shot of Mickelson. "Just knowing that even without my best stuff I hung in there, made some putts and made some things happen, I feel like if I get the ball in the fairway, this is a great golf course for me," Kim said.
It is for Mickelson, who has a short game that Kim rivals on occasion. If he can find more fairways, Kim should one day get fitted for a green jacket of his own.