Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson have their work cut out for them this week at the Memorial as the two aging superstars will go up against some of the best the next generation of golfers has to offer. Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, officially...Show More Summary
Days before teeing it up at the Memorial Tournament, Tiger Woods slips into Chambers Bay for a practice round at the site of this month’s U.S. Open. Tiger Woods, like Phil Mickelson before him, flew in under the radar for a reconnaissance mission to Chambers Bay, site of this month’s U.S. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson makes no secret of the fact that he is on a mission to capture the U.S. Open — the one grand slam event he has yet to win — so it’s no surprise he becomes the 1st high-profile player to practice at Chambers Bay. Phil Mickelson followers know how fervently he wants to win the U.S. Show More Summary
Earlier this month, USGA executive director Mike Davis warned that the 2015 U.S. Open champion would be the player that gets as much exposure as possible to unfamiliar host Chambers Bay, near Tacoma, Wash. Davis took a lot of flak for...Show More Summary
Even though he's not a millennial, most eyes are still on Phil Mickelson come U.S. Open
Golf World's Jaime Diaz takes a look at the State of Phil
Webb Simpson and Robert Streb lead at 10 under, with Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson lurking.
Rory McIlroy shot a 5-under 31 on the front nine Saturday to move into a tie for the lead at the Wells Fargo Championship. Phil Mickelson is just one shot behind in third-round play.
Robert Streb, Webb Simpson share lead at Wells Fargo; Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson lurking
Phil Mickelson has been trying to tell everyone that'll listen he's not been playing poorly — he just hasn't been scoring well.
Robert Streb, Webb Simpson share lead at Wells Fargo; Rory McIlory, Phil Mickelson lurking
Robert Streb will have the likes of Rory McIlroy, Patrick Reed, Phil Mickelson in pursuit.
Robert Streb shoots 65 for 1-shot lead at Wells Fargo; Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson lurking
Robert Streb opened with a 7-under 65 for the early lead at the Wells Fargo Championship. Phil Mickelson faded after a fast start.
It looked like the start of a great day, Phil Mickelson charging out of the gate with three consecutive birdies.
Tiger and Phil are clearly on the back nines of their careers but John Daly — still plugging away trying to win back his PGA Tour card — believes ‘his guys’ could actually beat Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth. John Daly, perhaps giving...Show More Summary
Mickelson missed the cut at TPC again, but commits to regrouping for U.S. Open
Two of the best golfers in the history of the game say the game hasn't past them by.
Tiger Woods drained his final putt to likely make the cut, but a few other big names, including the hottest player in the world, are in danger of going home early. Pete Dye's Stadium Course has historically brutalized some of the biggest names in the game. Show More Summary
With a final birdie, a 14-time major winner made the cut at The Players Championship.