Phil Misses The Cut In Scottsdale


SCOTTSDALE AZ (Jan. 30, 2015) – After a long and fruitless second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open Phil Mickelson was cold, wet and on his way home to San Diego. And surprised about it. It rained on and off through his round and by the end of it there were small ponds and Read More…

Phil Starts Slowly, Finishes Stylishly

Waste Management Phoenix Open - Round One

  SCOTTSDALE, AZ (Jan. 29, 2014) — It was a little like the second round of the Humana Challenge last week. Then, Phil Mickelson immediately followed to birdies with two bogeys when he got to his ninth hole. He hit a great drive, an excellent second and made birdie. Afterward he said those shots helped Read More…

Little Things Mean A Lot In Phil’s T-24 At Humana

Humana Challenge In Partnership With The Clinton Foundation - Round Three

PALM DESERT, CA (Jan. 25, 2014) — Twenty-six birdies in 72 holes is not a bad percentage. Humana Challenge winner Bill Haas made 20 birdies with two eagles for a 22 under par total. He also made two bogeys in 72 holes and none in the last 42. That’s nine fewer total bogeys than Phil Read More…

Strong Finish Builds Confidence

Humana Challenge In Partnership With The Clinton Foundation - Round Two

PALM DESERT, CA (Jan. 23,2015) – After slumping to the finish in the first round of the Humana Challenge, Phil Mickelson sprinted to the tape in the second. Friday on the Nicklaus Private Course at PGA West he birdied the final five holes for a 31, a seven-stroke improvement from Thursday’s back nine at La Read More…

Phil “Excited” To Start Season Despite 71

Humana Challenge In Partnership With The Clinton Foundation - Round One

His winless 2013-14 season, the third of his career and first in 10 years, was largely forgettable for Phil Mickelson. He was injured when he started the season in Abu Dhabi, returned to the States only to withdraw from the Farmers Insurance Open the next week and never really round his form. The upside: “It Read More…

For Good Reasons Phil Looks Ahead To 2015

PGA Championship - Final Round

By almost any standard the 2014 season was Phil Mickelson’s “most difficult for me in 20-plus years on the PGA Tour.” He did set the U.S. record for Ryder Cup appearances with his tenth consecutive, but even that week was marred by an unsuccessful bid to regain the Cup and being held out of both Read More…

Mickelson Begins Work On First Canadian Course

The Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance - Final Round

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (Sept. 16, 2014) – Phil Mickelson Design (PMD) has been signed to create a championship golf course for a spectacular planned community west of Calgary in the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Barry Ehlert, Managing Partner of Windmill Golf Group, is developing Mickelson National Golf Club of Canada as a centerpiece of Read More…

Ryder Cup Ends In Disappointment Again

Singles Matches - 2014 Ryder Cup

(Sept. 28, 2014) – Two years ago Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley teamed to go 3-0 in a losing U.S. Ryder Cup effort, were knocked when they asked for and received a pass on the Saturday afternoon alternate shot session and lost their crucial singles matches on Sunday when Europe rallied from a 10-6 deficit Read More…

Phil Gets A Halve In His First Ryder Cup Match

Previews - 2014 Ryder Cup

Sept. 24, 2014 – Phil Mickelson is playing in his tenth consecutive Ryder Cup this week. That is an American record, along with being the only one to play 10 times without being a captain’s pick and playing 38 matches since his Cup debut in 1995. Clearly, he’s a competitor. And he’s no stranger to Read More…

Phil Withdraws From BMW Championship

BMW Championship - Round Two

DENVER (Sept. 5, 2014) – Phil Mickelson has not had his best year by any means, but it has come to this. After five events in six weeks Phil withdrew from the BMW Championship. Playing his fifth event in six weeks, he started the second round of the BMW Championship at one his favorite courses, Read More…

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