Phil Mickelson Apologizes Again for Talking Taxes

Now thinks it was "insensitive" to complain about high taxes


Phil Mickelson wishes he had never uttered a public word about taxes. Then again, if he could, Lefty would also take a mulligan on a shot that cost him the 2006 U.S. Open.

"I've made some dumb, dumb mistakes and talking about [taxes] was one of them," Mickelson told reporters Wednesday ahead of this week's Farmers insurance Open.