Found November 21, 2013 on
It’s not uncommon for elders to speak freely about the regrets of their youth. This time, at least, Phil Mickelson had some good advice to share. Mickelson, a San Diego, CA native, attended college at Arizona State before moving back to California. He never left, and no one could blame a young 20-something earning millions of dollars playing golf for doing so. Now, Mickelson wishes he had left, and was sure to give that advice to a young golfer on the verge of turning pro. Lydia Ko has already won four professional tournaments, including two LPGA events, but was still listed as an amateur when she competed. Now, in anticipation of her first tournament in Florida, Lefty decided to share his wisdom. ”We’re looking Florida and Texas and a couple other places there’s no income tax,” Ko said. ”Phil [Mickelson] mentioned that one of the biggest mistakes was staying [in California] after college where the taxes are quite high. So I’m trying to stay in a low place. I don’t have any money ye...

Famed Former Caddy of Tiger Woods, Williams Looks to Call it Quits After Next Season, Does it Really Matter?

Williams (Left) along with Adam Scott. Well, it’s been the week of the caddies. First, we saw Henrik Stenson’s caddy Gareth Lord cruising down the street in his Ferrari he bought from Henrik’s winnings and now another caddie made the news and a fairly known caddy at that. Popular caddie Steve Williams who has carried the bags and helped set up the shots of Greg Norman, Raymond...
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