So simple. So good.
Six years ago Mickelson said he likely would never play at Colonial Country Club again.
All players on tour are skilled with a wedge in their hand but one stands out above the rest and will maintain this legendary status forever. Phil Mickelson. Whether hitting your approach shot our trying to get up and down for par, your wedge-play is one of the most important shots in the bag. It […] The post Golf School: Wedge-It Like Phil appeared first on Off the Deck.
Welcome to another edition of This Week In Hot Takes! This time around, we’re looking at the hottest takes from sports media members from May 12-18. 5. Mac Engel calls Phil Mickelson a coward: One of the more interesting variations of...Show More Summary
‘It’s the U.S. Open,’ says Phil Mickelson, who’s no fan of the USGA. ‘Guys are going to play it no matter what.’ Phil Mickelson does not shy away from controversy. Indeed, the World Golf Hall of Famer often creates conflict where there seems to be none, and Sunday’s parting blast at U.S. Show More Summary
Players Championship notes: No practice for Phil, an ace for Sergio and Rory resting his back
May 11 (Reuters) - Phil Mickelson decided on a novel approach to this year's Players Championship after missing the cut the past four years.
Will McGirt sits atop the leaderboard, but Jason Day was the story of the morning at Sawgrass. You can’t win a PGA Tour tournament on a Thursday, but you can certainly lose it. After the opening Thursday morning rounds at TPC Sawgrass,...Show More Summary
Lefty foregoes practice rounds at TPC Sawgrass and promptly plays himself into contention during the first round Thursday. Phil Mickelson took an unusual route to Thursday’s opening round of The Players Championship; the winner of the tournament in 2007 decided, despite the changes to the TPC Sawgrass course, that he would forego any practice rounds. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson is playing in the Greenbrier Classic this year at a tournament where he's never made the cut
Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson within four shots of Reed.
Who does Wesley Bryan think he is? Phil (Was Here) Mickelson? Wesley Bryan, a trick-shot artist turned PGA Tour winner, found himself on Friday in territory at Eagle Point Golf Club that only Phil Mickelson would be likely to survey....Show More Summary
Lefty got off to a good start in Wilmington, North Carolina on Thursday, but there were a few wayward drives
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Jack Nicklaus has six. Tiger Woods four. Phil Mickelson three, and maybe another come tomorrow. And you could have owned your very own Augusta National green jacket … if you had an extra $139,000 lying around The now infamous “Thrift Store” green jacket was up for auction, until 8 p.m. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — A Las Vegas gambler linked to golfer Phil Mickelson saw the jury verdict convicting him of insider trading charges Friday as only a gambler could.
We’ve all been there. Phil Mickelson’s had a pretty good start to his third round at the 2017 Masters. He birdied holes one and two, but then he got to three and a minor disaster struck. It’s particularly uncharacteristic because Mickelson’s wedge game is absolutely unparalleled on tour. Show More Summary
Join the Yahoo Sports team as we follow the action at Augusta National. More Masters coverage from Yahoo Sports: • Phil Mickelson’s gambling buddy convicted of insider trading • Ranking possible Masters championship scenarios • Meet Jeff Knox, the world’s luckiest playing partner • Masters green jacket up for auction, and it isn’t cheap
(Greenjacketauctions.com) AUGUSTA, Ga. — Jack Nicklaus has six. Tiger Woods four. Phil Mickelson three, and maybe another come tomorrow. And now you, too, can obtain your very own Augusta National green jacket. But you’ll need to hurry and, oh yeah, you’ll need about $40,000. Show More Summary
Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson are moving in opposite directions at Augusta. Jordan Spieth will likely never play the 12th or 15th holes at Augusta without TV broadcasters playing and replaying the quadruple-bogeys he posted on those holes in 2016 and 2017, respectively. Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. AUGUSTA, Ga. — Six years and 362 days ago, Phil Mickelson stepped up to a ball nestled in a tuft of pine straw just wide of Augusta’s 13th fairway, and unleashed the most important shot of his life: a dart-perfect approach that propelled him on to the sweetest of major victories. Show More Summary