Phil Mickelson says his game will be ‘hit or miss’ this week at TPC Boston. NORTON, Mass. — Phil Mickelson played hide and seek with Deutsche Bank Championship fans, many of whom eagerly awaited his appearance on the driving range before...Show More Summary
The FedEx Cup resumes outside Boston on Friday, when Phil Mickelson will headline the afternoon TV coverage. The Deutsche Bank Championship is the only tournament on the PGA Tour schedule that starts on a Friday. With that unorthodox scheduling, the TV coverage changes a little bit too. Show More Summary
NORTON, Mass. (AP) — Phil Mickelson thought about staying home in San Diego because of the busy FedEx Cup playoff scheduling leading to the Ryder Cup.
When life gives you two shots from the hospitality tent, take a granola bar or something for the road.
Phil Mickelson, after missing the 54-hole cut at The Barclays, may duck the second leg of the FedEx Cup playoffs in Boston. #PhilWasHere became a Twitter sensation over the weekend when Phil Mickelson hit a shot from a hospitality tent for the second day in a row at The Barclays, the first of four FedEx Cup playoff games. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson's rounds are almost always interesting, but Saturday's third round at the Barclays featured a lost bet with a fan and a second straight wedge shot right off the hospitality grandstand. Unfortunately, Phil Mickelson is not going to make the secondary 70-man cut at The Barclays. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson hit a shot into the hospitality area of the par-4 fifth hole at The Barclay's yesterday and he did it again today. Both times he actually hit a nearby cart path and the ball bounced up into the tent area. Both times he was able to hit it off the astroturfed section without taking a drop. Read more...
Phil is a man of the people.
Phil Mickelson loves to be hospitable but it got a little ridiculous at The Barclays Saturday. For the second straight day, Mickelson had to play a shot from the hospitality pavilion on the fifth hole at Ridgewood Country Club.
How about a thread with a little less hate after all the awful news this week? Wyatt's Torch alerted me to this yesterday: Phil Mickelson Takes Shot from Atop Hospitality Tent at the Barclays. (Follow the link for the video.)...
If this wasn't real life, and real sport, nobody would believe what happened to Phil Mickelson on Saturday at the Barclays. A day after wowing the fans with a shot out of the grandstands on the par-4 5th hole, Mickelson's tee shot sailed...Show More Summary
Bubba Watson has another adventurous day on the golf course and a fan and a cameraman have the Pro V1x-shaped bruises to prove it. Phil Mickelson hits a foul ball and calmly puts it back into play from a hospitality tent during Thursday’s...Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy Narrowly Escape Elimination
Phil Mickelson, a fan favourite for his bold play and friendly disposition, gave spectators at The Barclays an unusual treat on Friday as he played a shot from a hospitality tent dining deck.
Back when Rory McIlroy was stumbling over his second rounds, they were calling his travails Freaky Fridays.
Phil Mickelson is a fan favorite for a reason. Despite his "aww, shucks" mentality, and how a lot of people got behind him when he continued to come up short in majors before 2004, there is a bit of drama that people like Mickelson,Show More Summary
On the short, 290-yard par-4 fifth hole at The Barclays, Phil Mickelson tried to get tricky with a driver, hoping to loft the ball up into the air so that it would land softly on the green. Unfortunately for Mickelson, a cart path and a hospitality area got in the way. Show More Summary
This didn't go quite as planned. Phil should practice the "out of the hospitality area shot" more often. https://t.co/5TxuuMl0Nw — Trevor Reaske (@Tap_In_Golf) August 22, 2014 Phil Mickelson epitomized the idea of "out of the frying pan, into the fire" on Friday when he took a shot out of the beer deck at The Barclays in New Jersey. Show More Summary
In a move designed to re-engage his handling of United States foreign policy, President Obama has appointed professional golfers Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson, and Tiger Woods to the positions of, respectively, Secretaries of State, Defense, and Homeland Security. Show More Summary
Several players elbowing for Ryder Cup positions in the next two weeks went low on Thursday at The Barclays, but a late chip-in by Bo Van Pelt puts him on the first round lead. We're off and running in the 2014 FedEx Cup, and Bo Van Pelt is your first round leader at The Barclays. Show More Summary