Mickey, he’s so fine
Mickey Tettleton scored a big victory over the weekend.
On the links.
The former Major Leaguer who was born in Oklahoma City and now lives in Norman won the San Diego Classic, one of the stops on the Celebrity Tour. Tettleton has been playing golf on the tour for more than a decade, but until Sunday, he’d never won an event.
Tettleton beat out Rick Rhoden. The two former big leaguers are big time friends, so much so that Tettleton has caddied on several occasions for Rhoden, a regular on the Champions Tour. He was even on the bag a couple years back when the Senior PGA Championship came to Oak Tree.
Much like his baseball career, Tettleton got a big hit at an important time. He hit a 9-iron to less than three feet on the 18th hole, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.
Tettleton had a two-day total of 3-under 139.
Pretty darn good for a baseball player.
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