Phil Mickelson lamented his poor course management after compiling his worst ever score at Augusta National, a seven-over 79, to miss the cut after the second round at the Masters on Friday.
When the emotional, blustery second at the Masters came to end, so did Phil Mickelson's week and Tom Watson's career at Augusta National
Phil Mickelson took a lot of heat for showing up for Friday’s second round of the Masters in battleship grey, but it was an ice-cold short game that had him packing his suitcase for home after two rounds. Lefty, who had played inspired...Show More Summary
With heavy wind, scoring conditions have been brutal during the second round of the Masters. As a result, the projected cut line has been on the rise all day. It was once settled at 3-over, then 4-over, and now appears to be up at 5-over. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson says proper technique can avoid injuries; Bryson DeChambeau, an amateur, believes in same-length irons.
Golf is only a game, of course. A silly, frustrating game, with some deeply retrogressive aspects attending its role in broader society. But every April, when we’re viewing the blooming magnolias and baize-like greens at Augusta National...Show More Summary
2016 MASTERS ODDS COURTESY of Bovada. Odds to win the US Masters 2016 Jason Day 13/2 Rory McIlroy 15/2 Jordan Spieth 15/2 Bubba Watson 10/1 Adam Scott 11/1 Rickie Fowler 16/1 Phil Mickelson 20/1 Dustin Johnson 22/1 Louis Oosthuizen 28/1...Show More Summary
Just ask Dustin Johnson, who felt the sting of a barb from 'Lefty' on Wednesday.
As he prepared for his 24th start, three-times Masters champion Phil Mickelson wished the injured Tiger Woods well, but also delivered a message for those such as his former nemesis who have been hindered by golf injuries.
Phil Mickelson’s caddie Jim Mackay gets to tell Lefty not to hit one shot per year. Phil Mickelson is the master of the where-no-man-has-gone-before golf shot (pick any of a number of ridiculous flops), so it’s not surprising that his...Show More Summary
Three 20-somethings _ Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy _ are the co-favorites at the Masters next week, but don't forget about Bubba Watson and Phil Mickelson
Your browser does not support iframes. Phil Mickelson won his Thursday match at the WGC-Dell Match Play 1 up against Daniel Berger, but it probably wasn't how the five-time major winner wanted to lock up his second win in as many days. Mickelson,...Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson’s match against Daniel Berger at the WGC Match Play on Thursday ended in rather bizarre fashion. All square going (...)
Phil Mickelson won his Thursday match at the WGC-Dell Match Play 1 up against Daniel Berger, but it probably wasn't how the five-time major winner wanted to lock up his second win in as many days. Mickelson, who never trailed in the...Show More Summary
World number one Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson are among those to stay unbeaten at the WGC-Dell Match Play in Texas.
Daniel Berger had fought back against Phil Mickelson all day, only to find himself settled up close to a rock retaining wall just off the 18th fairway, needing a big shot in a must-win situation at the Dell Match Play.
Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson won their respective matches at the WGC-Dell Match Play in Texas on Thursday to retain perfect records but did so in contrasting fashion.
Phil Mickelson got his 2nd victory in 2 days at the Dell Match Play on Thursday when Daniel Berger had to withdraw on the 18th hole after hitting a rock and injuring his left wrist
"Ahhhh fk me!" This is just about the weirdest way to end a match. This is a tough way to end a match. #QuickHits https://t.co/VL7BBbOyVs — PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 24, 2016 Phil Mickelson and Daniel Beger played one of the better matches you'll see at this year's WGC-Dell Match Play. Show More Summary