2018 Masters shaping up to be one for the books

The 2018 Masters is going to be incredible. If you’ve followed golf on a relatively routine basis in 2018, you’ve probably heard that a lot. If you’re tired of hearing it, we’d suggest you find a way to get used to it. Because between now and the time the Green Jacket is decided, you’ll hear it a lot more.Now, to be fair, the Masters is always exciting. Generally speaking, it’s the...
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Hatton 'frustrated' by rules situation with Mickelson

England's Tyrrell Hatton vented his frustrations to Sky Sports over a ruling at the WGC-Mexico Championship where Phil Mickelson was 'exempt' from being put on the clock.
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4 days ago

Mickelson Keeps PGA Momentum Going

With Tiger Woods taking the week off, it was Phil Mickelson‘s turn to boost PGA TV ratings. Final round coverage of the PGA-WGC Mexico Championship earned a 2.6 rating and 3.9 million viewers on NBC last Sunday, up 18% in ratings and 14% in viewership from last year (2.2, 3.5M). Compared to 2016, when the [...] The post Mickelson Keeps PGA Momentum Going appeared first on Sports Media Watch.
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9 days ago

Phil Mickelson ends his victory drought in such a classic Phil way

Lefty does things his own way, so nobody should have been overly surprised by the bizarre twists in Mexico City that made his first victory since 2013 especially memorable.
13 days ago

Phil Mickelson snaps epic selfie with three former presidents

The Presidents Cup is a big deal, and even though current POTUS Donald Trump was not in attendance — possibly due to everything that’s been going on right now — many other former presidents were.In fact, the last three presidents were all there, and Phil Mickelson managed to get a selfie with all of them, which is pretty awesome when you think about it.Without further ado, here’s...
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September 29, 2017  |  Discuss

Former Phil Mickelson caddie takes job with Golf Channel and NBC as reporter

The golf world was thrown for a loop in June when it was announced that Phil Mickelson and his longtime caddie Jim “Bones” Mackay were going their separate ways. Lefty’s brother will serve as his caddie for the remainder of the season but it raised a question, what will Bones do next? Will he jump onto someone else’s bag and if so, who?As it turns out, Mackay will remain in golf...
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July 06, 2017  |  Discuss

Phil Mickelson splits with longtime caddie Bones

Phil Mickelson and his long-time caddie, Jim “Bones” Mackay, are splitting up after spending the last 25 years together on the PGA Tour.The two men issued a joint statement on Tuesday announcing the stunning news. During the incredible run these two men shared, Mickelson won five major championships and had 48 total wins as a pro.Mackay began caddying for Mickelson in 1992. His famous...
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June 20, 2017  |  Discuss

Box Score 6/16: It was a week for winning

Want more news first thing in the day? Sign up for the Yardbarker Morning Bark newsletter here.Good morning and welcome to the YB Box Score, what we're reading while waiting for crash for the weekend. It's. Been. A. Week. In. Sports. Happy birthday today to Rick Nash, Petros Papadakis, Kerry Wood, Chris Gomez, Phil Mickelson and Roberto Duran. On this date in 1909 Jim Thorpe would...
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June 16, 2017  |  Discuss

Sports & Politics Intersect: White House invites dominate championship talk

Front Five: The top stories that shaped both sports & politics this week “All I know is I would personally do the right thing for me.” - Steph Curry While trips to the White House after title wins have never been without controversy, this week three different teams made news around the tradition. In the immediate hours after the Golden State Warriors won the NBA Finals, an uncorroborated...
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June 16, 2017  |  Discuss

Phil Mickelson to skip U.S. Open

Phil Mickelson is yet to win the U.S. Open, the only major tournament that he has not been able to come out victorious during what will one day be a Hall of Fame career.Lefty will not break that long streak of failures this season in Wisconsin. The veteran golfer announced on Saturday that he will skip this year’s U.S. Open, instead opting to attend his daughter’s high school graduation...
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June 03, 2017  |  Discuss

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