Despite finishing the Open Championship at -17, Phil Mickelson finished second to Henrik Stenson, who won the Claret Jug at -20 overall. It was an amazing 72 holes of golf and despite finishing second for the 11th time in his career, Mickelson played amazing at the age of 46.

He was vying to become the oldest player to win a major since Jack Nicklaus. It was the first major win for Stenson in his career.

To break down the British Open, as well as how we should view Phil's career, and for perspective on Rory McIlroy's pre-tournament comments, we brought in Bob Stephens, who is the former play-by-play man with Sirius XM.

LISTEN as Stephens joins Rodger Wyland on 'Big Board Sports.'