Grandstanding: A Yahoo Sports podcast Subscribe via iTunes After winning the Masters, Phil Mickelson went to Krispy Kreme, and Bubba Watson went to Waffle House. So what Augusta, Ga, fast food joint did Jordan Spieth hit on Monday to...Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose ran into a buzzsaw named Jordan Spieth at this Masters. Spieth, who tied Tiger Woods' 72-hole tournament scoring record at 18-under 270, beat the pair of major champions by four shots for his first major...Show More Summary
Golf is a game that celebrates its generations and the 2015 Masters had them all on display from Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods to Rory McIlroy and its newest star -- Jordan Spieth. It didn't hurt that Spieth was the first Texan to win since Ben Crenshaw in 1995. Crenshaw played his final Masters round on Friday.
Michael Greller thought his Masters' experience peaked in 2012 when he won Augusta National's ticket lottery and he leaned over the ropes to get his picture snapped with Phil Mickelson and his caddie.
Phil Mickelson knew he needed a truly special round to catch Jordan Spieth.
Three-time champion Phil Mickelson found his scoring touch at the Masters, closing with a 69 for a runner-up showing that could herald a serious bid to complete his career grand slam at the U.S. Open in June.
Jordan Spieth won the 2015 Masters on Sunday with a 2-under 70 and tied a new Masters scoring record at 18-under 270, beating Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson by four. The 21-year-old becomes the first wire-to-wire Masters winner since Raymond Floyd in 1976 and the second-youngest winner after 20-year-old Tiger Woods in 1997. Show More Summary
England's Justin Rose says he lost momentum on holes eight and nine as he carded 70 to finish joint runner-up with Phil Mickelson, four shots behind winner Jordan Spieth.
Mickelson makes a late charge.
The talent was immense on the first page of the leaderboard, but a record-matching week by Jordan Spieth left them all in the dust. Jordan Spieth ran away with the Masters on Sunday and it certainly wasn't against the also-rans of the game. Show More Summary
The green jacket is probably out of reach but the three-time winner is still lighting off fireworks on the second nine at Augusta. Phil Mickelson probably is not going to chase down Jordan Spieth, but he's still lighting up the second...Show More Summary
It may be too little too late for Phil Mickelson, but he caused one of the biggest roars at Augusta National Sunday evening with an (...)
Azalea pink may have been the new black for Phil Mickelson during his epic run up the Masters leaderboard on Saturday, but Ian Baker-Finch and other long-time Phil watchers need not fear -- Lefty will don his traditional Sunday black...Show More Summary
Jordan Spieth starts the final round at Augusta with a chance to break Tiger Woods' scoring record. Chasing him is the most loaded Sunday leaderboard -- Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Justin Rose, Rory McIlroy -- that we've had at the Masters in many years. As far as major championship tee sheets go, it does not get any better than this. Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. AUGUSTA, Ga. - Tiger Woods' precipitous fall has blinded golf fans to another inescapable fact: for the last couple of years, Phil Mickelson has pretty much stunk, too. Mickelson hasn't won since the Open Championship in 2013, and hasn't placed above a tie for 17th in seven tournaments this season. Show More Summary
Mickelson is in contention.
The word shot from his mouth in rhythm with the fists that pumped above his head.
Mickelson’s popularity at the Masters is unmatched, and the reaction to his improved play Saturday was amplified by the fact that he had done so little leading up to this year’s tournament.
Rose birdies 5 of final 6 holes, pushing Mickelson out of final group with Spieth at Masters
Justin Rose beat Phil Mickelson in a mini-competition Saturday. The prize was the right to play alongside Jordan Spieth in the final round of the Masters.