Was this the most dramatic golf moment of the year? This year was one of the wildest, most dramatic, and controversial years in golf. And if you're looking for that one moment, the one shot and split second where we hit peak drama, it may have happened in Scottsdale back in the first month of the season. Counting down 2013's top 25 golf stories • No. Show More Summary
The LPGA might not get enough play over the year despite the fact that the women are incredibly talented and a ton of fun to watch, but eyes should turn to the CME Group Titleholders this week as Lydia Ko will play her first tournament...Show More Summary
The Golf Channel's "Morning Drive" got a nice little surprise on Friday when Phil Mickelson showed up to chat about his British Open win this year and what he has planned in the coming months and years. Mickelson has already said that his entire focus is on completing the career Grand Slam with a win next year at the U.S. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson opens up on ‘Morning Drive’ about what he has to do to win the 2014 U.S. Open Phil Mickelson has accomplished a few things in his storied PGA Tour career. He’s won the Masters three times, a PGA Championship, and, finally,...Show More Summary
Pinehurst No. 2 holds special memories for Phil Mickelson, who came up just short of Payne Stewart in the 1999 U.S. Open, the first of six runner-up finishes for the popular southpaw. Phil Mickelson has made no secret of his yearning to fill the void in his trophy room with the simple ear-handled silver ewer that goes to the winner of the U.S. Show More Summary
Adam Scott believes he has what it takes to challenge the dominion of Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson at the Masters. Adam Scott may be defending his Australian Masters title this week at Royal Melbourne, but the reigning U.S. Masters...Show More Summary
Australia's Adam Scott says he believes he can follow Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson in becoming a dominant player at The Masters after his breakthrough win at Augusta last year.
There is nothing worse for a golfer competing at a high level than unnecessary distractions. No matter if you're Phil Mickelson or Joe Hacker, having a camera go off in your backswing or having a cart drive by when you're trying to pummel...Show More Summary
There are plenty of reasons why golf entering the Olympics is a great thing, but not a lot of people thought it would be such an important thing that the second most popular golfer in the world would be circling that date on his calendar...Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson, as all Phil-ologists are well aware, longs to add a U.S. Open title next to his name. But there’s another yearning the 43-year-old, five-time major champion has harbored for some time that only recently became a realistic...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods has backed fellow American Phil Mickelson's decision to cut his schedule in 2014, saying the sheer number of tournaments these days means the top players have to pick and choose where they go.
Phil Mickelson dealt the star-light Humana Challenge a blow when he announced Tuesday he would kick off the new year in Abu Dhabi. The 43-year-old five-time major winner has pledged to play fewer tournaments in 2104 so that he’s fresh for the four majors. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson is starting his 2014 schedule in the desert — not California, but Abu Dhabi.
British Open winner Phil Mickelson will launch his campaign next year by returning to the Abu Dhabi Championship for the first time since 2011.
The last time Phil Mickelson made a quadruple bogey he won the event and the American is hoping that lightning strikes twice as he moved into contention halfway through the WGC-HSBC Champions tournament on Friday.
Phil Mickelson was hard at work Wednesday morning on the practice range at Sheshan International, and not just on his golf swing. He was trying to learn a Chinese phrase, and he rehearsed it over and over to make sure he got the pronunciation just right.
Phil Mickelson plans to play in the week before each of the major championships next year despite making as yet unspecified cuts to his overall schedule for 2014, the British Open champion said on Wednesday.
The world's top golfers are in Shanghai to play the HSBC Champions tournament. Jason Dufner, Justin Rose, Ian Poulter, Phil Mickelson, and a very excited Rory McIlroy posed for this great photo with some HSBC execs before play began. Jason Dufner: Justin Rose: Ian Poulter: Phil Mickelson Rory McIlroy: Join the conversation about this story »
Keegan Bradley, the 2011 PGA champion who has rated tossing the ceremonial first pitch at Fenway Park among his most thrilling moments, is keeping tabs on how his revered Red Sox are doing in the World Series but has his eyes squarely...Show More Summary