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Pat Perez hasn't gone up against Phil Mickelson since the opening round of the Match Play Championship four years ago.
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Phil Mickelson hit a ball that went wide left of the green on the 15th tee during the third round of today's Northern Trust Open golf tournament. The ball bounced off a tree and into the crowd, but ended up in an unusual spot: inside a man's shorts.
The fan in the gallery was laying down on the ground at the time (for reasons yet unknown), which explains how the...
An errant tee shot by Phil Mickelson at the Northern Trust Open soared into the gallery and bounced up the shorts of one of the spectators.
After Mickelson's ball played clacker on the man's pair of Titleists, the golfer signed one of his gloves and handed it to the giddy soprano.
I don't what's more disturbing about this video clip— the injured man jumping...
Phil Mickelson made the most out of his limited chances Friday to stay in the lead at the Northern Trust Open.
Phil Mickelson wasn't at his best Friday at Riviera. Two shots at least helped him stay in the lead.
This is the kind of golf Phil Mickelson envisioned playing at the start of the year.
Last weekend, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods played together in the final round of the AT&T National Pro-Am at Pebble Beach. Phil Mickelson shot an 8 under round of 64 to come back from a 6 shot deficit to win the tournament. After talk circled around the weekend that Tiger may finally break his winless drought, he shot a dismal 75 in the final round. While Phil beat...
Four days after a big win at Pebble Beach, Phil Mickelson keeps
right on rolling.
PACIFIC PALISADES (AP) — Phil Mickelson hit one tree, threaded a shot through five trees and hit a drive that wound up in a spectator’s shorts. He somehow managed a 1-under 70 on Saturday to share the lead with PGA champion Keegan Bradley in the Northern Trust Open.
Bradley, inspired by a Riviera course that is one of his favorites, took only five putts over the final five holes...