In the Internet age, the art of headline writing is a dying one. Clever puns have been replaced by SEO-friendly strings of keywords we're all hopeful the Google algorithm will love, put on the front page of your search and that you'll be lazy enough to click on.
(We're just being real here.)
So, then, we figured it'd be worth writing some headlines that attempt to harken back to when they were written for humans or editors' own edification.
One for the thumbs-up1: Mickelson finally wins the Open Championship
Open and shut: Mickelson close to closing the door on the career Grand Slam
Five is greater than six: Mickelson earns fifth major title at Open Championship
Jug2 for joy: Mickelson shoots 66 to win Open at Muirfield
Ful-phil-ment: Mickelson stuns golf world in taking Claret Jug
Seve-ring ties: Mickelson matches Ballesteros with fifth major title
- 1 Since the 2010 Masters, the thumbs-up has been Mickelson's go-to form of gallery interaction
- 2 A play on Mickelson's awful jump after winning the '04 Masters