Golf notes: Phil Mickelson willing to add tournaments if that's what it takes to make another Ryder Cup team; Park's big year on the LPGA Tour; LPGA headed for a record number of millionaires in 2017
But hey, at least playing with Lefty will benefit a charity
Want a round with Lefty? It’ll cost you.
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Well played, Phil.
Phil Mickelson (-3) tees off at 7:50 AM. Here's a look at how Lefty prepares for his round. #SafewayOpen pic.twitter.com/JOVqqBfeNy — Safeway Open (@SafewayOpen) October 6, 2017 PHIL MICKELSON IS FEELING GOOD about his golf game after tying for third at the Safeway Open, his best finish of the year. Show More Summary
With the season reopening at the Safeway Open, there was a lot of buzz around Phil Mickelson’s appearance rolling off of his momentum at the Presidents Cup but, defending his title, Brendan Steele took the win at-15 leaving Mickelson in 3rd. Show More Summary
Three of golf’s superstars — Phil, Tiger, and Rory — are at crossroad in their careers. Where do they go from here? Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, and Rory McIlroy walk on to a golf course. That’s no joke, considering one superstar seemed...Show More Summary
Oct 9 (Gracenote) - FedEx Cup rankings 1. Brendan Steele (U.S.) 500 2. Tony Finau (U.S.) 300 3. Chesson Hadley (U.S.) 163 3. Phil Mickelson (U.S.) 163 5. Graham DeLaet (Canada) 105 5. Tyler Duncan (U.S.) 105 7. Bud Cauley (U.S.) 88 7. Andrew Landry (U.S.) 88 9. Brandon Harkins (U.S.) 73 9. Grayson Murray (U.S.) 73 9. Nick Taylor
Brendan Steele rallied to successfully defend his Safeway Open title, closing with a 3-under 69 on Sunday for a two-stroke victory over Tony Finau in the season opener. Phil Mickelson and Chesson Hadley finished three shots behind. Two strokes behind surprising leader Tyler Duncan entering the...
After a successful Presidents Cup, Mickelson is excited to play in Safeway Open.
Four days after a strong showing in the United States' victory in the Presidents Cup, Phil Mickelson begins his 27th PGA Tour season Thursday seeking his first individual win since 2013 in the season-opening Safeway Open ...
After helping Team USA dominate last week in the Presidents Cup, Phil Mickelson begins his quest to make the 2018 Ryder Cup team at this week’s kickoff to the new PGA Tour season. Hope you enjoyed that 11-day offseason because Old Man...Show More Summary
Mickelson wants to see the USA's turnaround in team spirit culminate with a win in Europe.
The hug on Sunday at Liberty National was undeniable
JERSEY CITY, New Jersey, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Phil Mickelson is still chasing two significant milestones as his career winds down; a U.S. Open championship and victory in Europe with the American Ryder Cup team.
Your browser does not support iframes. It’s not often that Phil Mickelson is the fourth-most famous person in a photo, but Thursday’s selfie at the start of the Presidents Cup certainly qualifies. The Presidents Cup brings together the...Show More Summary
Mickelson’s wife, Amy, and two of their children looked on as he took the record for the most career wins in the event and as the United States nearly finished off the International team.
Mickelson joined Tiger Woods as the winner of most matches in Presidents Cup history
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) -- Phil Mickelson and Kevin Kisner rehearsed the dance from "Three Amigos." The only question was whether to use it at the Presidents Cup, and as the veteran of 23 team events, Mickelson concluded it would need to be a big moment. Show More Summary