HOW THE FEUD STARTED: Phil Mickelson raised eyebrows around the world with his semi-veiled criticism of Team USA Ryder Cup Captain Tom Watson during the glum press conference following the Americans' 16.5-11.5 loss to Europe in last month's Ryder Cup in Scotland. Mickelson praised 2008 Ryder Cup captain Paul Azinger and wondered why none of Zinger's strategies had been adopted by Watson. The comments reportedly stemmed from an incident the day before when Watson berated the American team and mocked a replica Ryder Cup trophy given to him by the squad. Watson later released an open letter taking responsiblity for the team's loss. Got all that?