ARDMORE, Pa. -- Maybe the golf gods are with Phil Mickelson after all.
The short game maestro just holed a wedge from 74 yards at the par-4 10th hole to get back into the lead at the U.S. Open. As the crowd roared, Mickelson celebrated by leaping into the air -- this time with more elevation than he did when he won the Masters.
Mickelson's eagle moved him to even par for the tournament and one stroke ahead of the pack. Minutes later, Justin Rose joined Mickelson in the lead when he birdied No. 12.