And now we present Phil Mickelson as star of a new version of "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?"
Mickelson has sparked the meme #PhilWasHere after hitting into the hospitality area on the fifth hole on Friday and Saturday at The Barclays and then electing to play a shot from there rather than taking a drop. Lefty posted a bogey 5 on Friday and then a par 4 on Saturday...
Phil Mickelson made a tee shot from the hospitality suite at the Barclays golf tournament. And it was just as cool as it sounds.
Second round of The Barclays 2014, Phil Mickelson finds his errant tee shot in the hospitality area and lofts it into the green side bunker on the par-4 5th hole...then two putts for bogey.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home
There are a million reasons we love Phil Mickelson. From his aww-shucks smile to impressive resume, Lefty has won the hearts of fans everywhere during his hall-of-fame career.
Perhaps the most exciting and interesting chapter in the book of Phil, though, is his desire to almost always go for glory and never backing down from an insanely challenging shot.
Case in point:
It’s safe to say that Phil Mickelson let one get away from him when he ended up on top of the hospitality deck here. Rather than take a drop though, Mickelson opted to play the ball and it didn’t end up so great, landing in a green-side bunker. It definitely could have been worse given […]
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Phil Mickelson gave a group of fans an unexpected close-up when he walked into a hospitality suite to play an errant tee shot during Friday's second round of The Barclays golf tournament in Paramus, NJ.On the par-4 5th hole, Mickelson hit his tee shot wide left into the grandstands. However, after his ball was found laying on the floor of an AstroTurf patio deck, Mickelson decided...
Phil Mickelson takes a shot from the beer terrace because FIGJAM.
Phil Mickelson wants to go for the gold when golf makes its return to the Olympics in Rio 2016.
"I don't know why it's so important to me but it is," Mickelson said Tuesday at the Barclays via ESPN.com. "I want to be a 46-year-old Olympian. So 2015 and 2016 are years I want to really focus on and I want to make sure I'm ready again."
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 Muirfield. Much like the Stanley Cup, the winner of the Claret Jug — the revered trophy presented to the golfer who […] The post Phil Mickelson says he drank a $40,000 bottle of wine out...
Phil Mickelson's backwards flop shot at Royal Aberdeen is the stuff of legends. Here's video of Lefty practicing for the Scottish Open.