A pay-per-view price for the telecast of the Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson showdown has been set, according to a report from ESPN’s Darren Rovell.
A new commercial starring Phil Mickelson debuted on Thursday and the reaction to the comically awkward spot was instantaneous and favorable.
A button-down, long-sleeve shirt worn by Phil Mickelson during a practice round with Tiger Woods at Augusta National Golf Club ahead of the Masters generated a huge amount of buzz, among other things.
Count Phil Mickelson among those from the world of professional golf who greeted with excitement the news that Tiger Woods has planned a return to competition next month.
Phil Mickelson’s money games during practice rounds ahead of tournaments — in particular majors — have become the stuff of legend.
Phil Mickelson saw a fantastic final round of the Open Championship come to an abrupt halt when an errant tee shot on the 17th hole found a balcony on the Old Course Hotel.
Phil Mickelson didn’t put up one of his best performances on the course over the weekend at the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio, a 5-over 293 that landed him in a tie for 65th, but the golf
As Tiger Woods suffers through an absolutely horrific case of the yips rarely seen on the PGA Tour — if ever — he can take some semblance of comfort in how a somewhat surprising ally has
Phil Mickelson is universally known as an all-around nice guy, the kind of man a golfer will point out to his kid and say, “Son, that’s how you should conduct yourself on the golf course.
With the Open Championship — the British Open to the xenophobic American — set to kick off this week at Royal Aberdeen, Phil Mickelson is gearing himself up to defend his major victory at
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It is an indisputable fact that Phil Mickelson is the unquestioned king and lord supreme of the flop shot, not only in his generation of golfers but in the history of the grand game.
In a contest that could mean some real big money for the winner — or at worst a tidy sum of cash — Callaway Golf and Phil Mickelson have teamed up on a promotion where one lucky fan will
Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson routinely make shots that hack golfers scarcely dare dream about pulling off, leaving the average golf fan slack-jawed and speechless.
With the 114th U.S. Open coming up in early June, Phil Mickelson, like many golfers, would like to take a look, perhaps play a round or two on the course where the major is to be played.