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LOCH LOMOND - Phil Mickelson admits it will be "cool" if he ends his long wait to become the World No 1 by winning the Scottish Open this week.
The popular American knows a win or second-placed finish at Loch Lomond will finally end Tiger Woods's incredible 607 weeks at the summit of world golf.
Mickelson has been the closest challenger for 253 weeks of Woods's time at the top but insists he is focussing on his own game - and will let the rankings take care of themselves.
"It will be cool," Mickelson admitted.
"But it's not something I really think about as yet. I'm just trying to get my game sharp and if I play well, then the results will happen.
"It will be cool just to win here. I've come so close here a couple of times. Winning here and becoming number one, would be as a result of playing well. That's my main focus."
He's in Scotland at the start of a massive two weeks in the golfing calendar.
The spectacular setting of Loch Lomond makes this a must-see event but the main focus will the Open Championship celebrating its 150th anniversary at St Andrews.
"The best preparation for the Open is to get into contention here and be challenging on Sunday," he said. - Sapa-AFP