Phil Mickelson's body clock is ticking.
Lefty turns 42 in June and remains one of the most talented golfers in the world. He has 39 victories in his brilliant career, including four major championships.
His streak of victories in eight consecutive seasons heading into this year is the longest active on the PGA Tour, but he has only two titles in his last 43 starts on the circuit dating to 2010.
Mickelson, who tied for 49th in the Humana Challenge and missed the cut in the Farmers Insurance Open to start this season, is out of the top 10 in the World Golf Rankings for the first time since 2004.
"Phil has had a lot on his mind the last couple of years with his wife and his mother (battling cancer), and he's in his 40s now," Chris DiMarco told pgatour.com. "That's when things that are important to you change, and that's not a bad thing. In Phil's case, he's achieved so much, but the desire is still there."
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