Phil Mickelson shows off his classic flop shot trick at British Open

Bryson DeChambeau aimed to repeat Phil Mickelson's flop-shot wizardy, with Sky Sports' Rich Beem in the firing line!

The left-hander obviously has one of the most remarkable short games of all time, and on several occasions he's used his magic to demonstrate the quick-rising flop shot over a person standing just feet in front of him.

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Former European Tour pro Gary Evans, 49, chose to be the fearless assistant in another Mickelson flop display on Tuesday ahead of the Open.

Mickelson, who was taking part in a practice round ahead of the British Open on Tuesday (Wednesday NZT), has won plenty of praise for his antics and rightly so.

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That volunteer turned out to be a professional golfer himself - European Tour player Gary Evans. But the ball went right of Evans.

In another post, Evans said: "I did flinch a bit but do you blame me?"

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