USA's Phil Mickelson reportedly shouts at a cameraman for getting too close to the players during day one fourballs at the Ryder Cup in Scotland.
USA's Phil Mickelson reportedly struggled to keep his calm with a cameraman during day one of the Ryder Cup.
The 44-year-old is competing alongside Keegan Bradley in this morning's fourballs, with the pair up against Europe's Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia.
According to BBC Sport, a cameraman got too close to the players when they walked off the sixth tee at Gleneagles, which prompted Mickelson to shout: "Just cover the golf. Don't interfere."
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