All’s well that ends well at Wells Fargo

CHARLOTTE, NC - MAY 17:  Phil Mickelson tees off on the second hole during the final round at the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club on May 17, 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina.  (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (MAY 17, 2015) – He made 22 birdie putts in four rounds of the Wells Fargo Championship and chipped in for one Sunday immediately after making his only two bogeys of the day. After hitting only seven greens in regulation in the final round he also made a bunch of big putts to Read More…

The 18th at Quail Hollow adds insult to injury

CHARLOTTE, NC - MAY 16:  Phil Mickelson hits his shot out of the 15th hole bunker during round three at the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club on May 16, 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina.  (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (May 16, 2015) – Phil Mickelson started the third round of the Wells Fargo Championship five shots off Webb Simpson’s lead. Phil was 4-under through nine holes after hitting just two fairways but eight greens, after his approach to the first hole just trickled over into the first cut, and taking just 13 Read More…

Finally, a score reflecting his quality of play

during round two at the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club on May 15, 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Charlotte, N.C. (May 15, 2015) – The final hole at Quail Hollow Country Club has been a round-wrecker for Phil Mickelson for years. “It’s a great hole, I just hate playing it,” he said. “It just doesn’t fit my eye. I never feel comfortable on it. All the shots sit opposite of a left-handed dispersion.” Read More…

Uneven round leaves Phil just 1-under

Wells Fargo Championship - Round One

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (May 14, 2015) – The first round of the Wells Fargo Championship was sort of half-empty, half-empty for Phil Mickelson. Naturally he copped to that assessment but looked forward at what can be, not back at what was. “I turned a 66 into a 71 but I played 11 holes really well and Read More…

Big numbers doom Phil at Players Championship

THE PLAYERS Championship - Round Two

It’s widely known as The Players Championship but it’s turned into the Deju Vu Championship for Phil Mickelson, who Friday missed the cut at the TPC Sawgrass at one over par for the third consecutive year. “It’s a tough course,” he said after a wet triple bogey on 18 which, along with a wet double Read More…

Phil shares second at the Masters

2015 Masters Tournament - Final Round

AUGUSTA, GA., (April 12, 2015) – When Justin Rose made a late birdie Saturday Phil Mickelson cheered. “I wanted to be chasing instead of being chased,” the three-time Masters winner said. “I’ve been in both positions. Sometimes it’s difficult when you see the groups ahead making birdies; you might start to press.” So Phil was Read More…

Phil advances at Augusta

The Masters - Round Two

AUGUSTA, GA. (APRIL 10, 2015) – The first round did not go as planned for Phil Mickelson, or even as he’d hoped. The second was better on both counts. Thursday Phil was two under par after three holes, even after seven, 2-under after eagling the par-5 eighth hole, 3-under after 15 and closed with bogeys Read More…

Phil looks to kick-start season at Augusta

The Masters - Preview Day 2

AUGUSTA, GA. (April 8, 2015) – Phil Mickelson is back in his happy place, Augusta National Golf Club, for his favorite event of the year, the Masters. It’s been a long trip. Phil said, “It feels like the year kind of starts at this tournament.” This year he’s played seven events, has no top-10s, and Read More…

Not entirely what Phil was looking for in Houston

Shell Houston Open - Round Three

HUMBLE, TX (April 2, 2015) – At the midpoint of the Shell Houston Open, Phil Mickelson was 11 shots under par and one off the lead. He was asked if he was searching for something to ignite his game on the eve of the Masters. “You have to be in contention in tournaments and play Read More…

Improved short game pays big dividends

Shell Houston Open - Round One

HUMBLE, TX (April 2, 2015) – Last week in Houston Phil Mickelson’s short game looked like yours and he shot 70-72-74-76. In today’s opening round of the Shell Houston Open his short game looked like Phil Mickelson’s and he shot 66. “It was a first good first round, good start to the tournament,” said Phil, Read More…

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