Patrick Reed was full of bluster after beating Tiger Woods and a world-class field at Doral, but his braggadocio paled in comparison to that of a journeyman ballplayer with the Red Sox who went all ‘me me me’ on Sunday as well. .m-sbnation-gif-tournament-v...Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson heads home and Tiger Woods makes the cut on the number, starting the weekend in a double-digit deficit to leaders Rory McIlroy and Brendon de Jonge. All the hype coming into the Honda Classic centered on the deepest field of the year, particularly at the top where seven of the top nine players in the world were committed. Show More Summary
Rory McIlroy repays a debt to the Honda Classic, which he left holding the bag last year when he withdrew midway through the second round. Rory McIlroy is a changed man since hitting rock bottom last year at this time and this place, the Honda Classic. The former world No. Show More Summary
PGA TOUR The Honda Classic Dates: February 27 – March 2 Venue: PGA National Resort & Spa (Champion Course), Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Tournament Airtimes On Golf Channel (Eastern): Thursday […]
Tiger Woods, Adam Scott, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy will play in the same tournament for the first time this year when they contest the Honda Classic starting in south Florida on Thursday.
Tiger Woods will make only his second PGA Tour start of the year at this week’s Honda Classic. Tiger Woods will match his one (1!) FedExCup point and a sluggish start to his 2014 against the games of Adam Scott, Phil Mickelson, RoryShow More Summary
The field and bracket are nearly set, but one of the most unique PGA Tour events that is typically loaded with superstars lost momentum in 2014. Some reasons why Tiger, Phil, and Adam are passing on the WGC Match Play. The first WGC event of the year, a 64-man match-play bracket challenge, is the most unorthodox tournament of the PGA Tour season. Show More Summary
Former world number one Rory McIlroy will play at the Scottish Open for the first time in five years in July intending to emulate Phil Mickelson's unique 2013 achievement.
It was much closer than it should have been, but Jimmy Walker nailed a clutch par putt on the final green to earn his third win in his last eight starts. Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, David Duval, and … Jimmy Walker? It took 188 PGA Tour...Show More Summary
One of the big fears of a match play event, especially a huge professional one with million dollar sponsors, is that the finals will produce two duds. Every golfer dreams of a Tiger Woods versus Phil Mickelson final, but we've seen our...Show More Summary
There’s something about Pebble Beach that brings out the best in Phil Mickelson, who hopes this week to rekindle the magic that lifted him to a two-shot win and a rout of Tiger Woods in 2012. Tiger Woods has his Shangri-Las -- Torrey...Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson (Flickr) AMID CONCERNS ABOUT HIS BACK, Phil Mickelson teed it up in last week's Waste Management Phoenix Open and went the distance. Lefty finished in a tie for 42nd and announced that his back felt great. Tom Boers, Mickelson's...Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson returns to one of his favorites venues for this week's Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, bidding for a record-equalling fifth victory before taking a short break from the PGA Tour for family time.
The world's best lefty golfer once again shows off his solid right arm with the football. Phil Mickelson flinging a football isn't really a new thing, but engaging the crowd at the par-3 16th hole at TPC Scottsdale with giveaways is a bit of a departure for the Phoenix fan favorite. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson sees one big advantage to teeing off early Saturday in the third round of the Phoenix Open.
Phil Mickelson worked a lot harder on his ailing back than his game in the last week. It showed in the first round of the Phoenix Open.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — From the moment Phil Mickelson set foot at TPC Scottsdale early Thursday morning, Mickelson’s Back Better Than Game In Phoenix Open - -
Phil Mickelson, who is dealing with a bad back, shot a par 71 in the Phoenix Open, 11 shots higher than his opening 60 in 2013.
Some big names dot the leaderboard after the opening round in Phoenix, where two former major winners share the early lead at TPC Scottsdale. The first round of the 2014 Waste Management Phoenix Open is (almost) in the books, and the folks at TPC Scottsdale have to be happy with some of the names populating the first page of the leaderboard. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson's back was better than his game Thursday in the Phoenix Open.