Phil Mickelson finally made some birdies at the British Open but it won't keep him at Royal Birkdale this weekend
Phil Mickelson has gone the wrong way at The Open and is likely headed home Friday night. The cut line at The Open Championship stands at 3-over (those at 4-over are out, 3-over are in) early in the second round on Friday at Royal Birkdale. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson may be well into his 40s, but with The Open yielding more wins to the over-40 crowd than any other major, don’t count the popular Lefty out this week at Royal Birkdale. Phil Mickelson may be winless since he stunned the...Show More Summary
Royal Birkdale is about to get the full Mickelson Experience
Mickelson only carried a 3-wood during practice Tuesday, and he plans to keep it that way.
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Phil Mickelson has been selected to redesign an 18-hole golf course in Bali that will become Trump International Golf Club. Mickelson's design team will be working with Indonesia property developer … Click to Continue »
July 6 (Reuters) - Jim "Bones" Mackay, whose successful 25-year stint as Phil Mickelson's caddie ended two weeks ago in a mutual split, has forged a new partnership as an on-course reporter for NBC Sports starting with this month's British Open.
Crossing over to the dark side, Bones trades Lefty’s golf bag for an NBC/Golf Channel microphone. Phil Mickelson said, after announcing two weeks ago that he and Jim “Bones” Mackay had split after 25 years as golfer and caddie, that any professional golfer would be fortunate to land his longtime looper. Show More Summary
Caddie Jim “Bones” Mackay, who recently split with Phil Mickelson, will join NBC and Golf Channel as an on-course reporter.
Jim Mackay is trading in the golf bag for a mic. After parting ways with Mickelson, he will be joining NBC and the Golf Channel as an on-course reporter.
Mackay spent 25 years on the bag alongside Lefty.
Phil Mickelson heads into the next phase of his career with a new caddie on a course marking its comeback from devastating floods in West Virginia