Your browser does not support iframes. Phil Mickelson hit his tee shot to the par-4 12th at TPC San Antontio in Round 1 of of the Valero Texas Open into a fairway bunker. After a short conversation with caddie Jim Mackay, Mickelson settled...Show More Summary
Sometime Friday morning -- during the second round at the Valero Texas Open -- Phil Mickelson is expecting a special delivery.
Yesterday at the Valero Texas Open Phil Mickelson broke his 8-iron hitting out of a fairway bunker on the 12th hole. Video is below. Silly rules question: If Phil Mickelson’s […]
Wild moment from the Valero Texas Open today as Mickelson's 8-iron broke
Phil Mickelson hit his tee shot to the par-4 12th at TPC San Antontio in Round 1 of of the Valero Texas Open into a fairway bunker. After a short conversation with caddie Jim Mackay, Mickelson settled on a club for the 154-yard approach. [DraftKings: Win...Show More Summary
Phil loses his head. Whoops. https://t.co/NY6TfwfoO8 — PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 26, 2015 Thursday's round at the Texas Open has featured some of the more brutal conditions in several years on the PGA Tour. There have been a handful of triple bogeys, quadruple bogeys, quintuple bogeys, and even a sextuple bogeys. Show More Summary
Scrambling for a Masters Ticket? Wishing you could gaze at the azaleas while walking the hallowed grounds of Augusta National Golf Course along with Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson and, maybe, Tiger Woods?Well you still can attend, butShow More Summary
Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson headline a solid field at the season's first stop in the Lone Star state. The PGA Tour hops to Texas this week for a quick two-week stay before the season's first major at Augusta National. How to prep for the Masters varies from player to player. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson arrives in Texas looking to find some form ahead of the Masters. The conclusion of the PGA Tour's annual Florida swing means a move back west for the pre-Masters Texas two step. The Texas Open in San Antonio and the Houston...Show More Summary
Stephen King didn't leave Maine for tax reasons, and Phil Mickelson ended up staying in high-tax California. Meanwhile, Taylor Swift gets a tax named after her in Rhode Island.
Phil Mickelson and Jim Mackay have been a team for a long time, dating back to 1992. However, Mackay got the job by telling Mickelson's Arizona State golf coach Steve Loy who else should get the job. Loy approached Mackay at a Tour stop that year, soliciting some names Mickelson could contact to become his full-time looper. Show More Summary
The behind the scenes tug-of-war between Phil Mickelson and Tim Finchem
Former PGA of America president Ted Bishop believes Phil Mickelson got precisely what he wanted from the now-dissolved Ryder Cup task force, acting as the "grandmaster" of the 11-man committee. Writing for Golf Magazine, Bishop saidShow More Summary
Ted Bishop may have left the presidency of the PGA of America in disgrace, but he remains an opinion-maker. In a wide-ranging column, he says Mickelson’s fingerprints are all over U.S. Ryder Cup dealings. Phil Mickelson may have taken a back stool at the coronation of Davis Love III as the captain of the 2016 U.S. Show More Summary
If someone told you that, if you stayed up for 48 consecutive hours, you could play Augusta National Golf Club, there's a good chance you would run to your nearest coffee machine and start brewing. If you had to give a kidney to play the home of the Masters, there's a chance you'd handle the scalpel yourself. Not Phil Mickelson, though. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson has it so good that he can simply pass on a chance to play the best course in the world because he's too tired from playing one of the other top courses on the planet. So this is what 44 looks like for Phil Mickelson:Show More Summary
PGA National whipped the field in a windy opening round. But both Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy are in position to make the weekend and a run toward the first page of the leaderboard on Friday. The unofficial Masters prep season started this week with the beginning of the Florida swing. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson, whose outspoken criticism of Tom Watson's Ryder Cup captaincy made headlines last year, gave his support to the appointment of Davis Love III as his successor on Tuesday.
After a balky putter let him down through the first few tournaments of the year, Phil Mickelson went back to the practice green.