Phil Mickelson admits he does not deserve a wild card for the Presidents Cup and feels United States captain Tiger Woods has “a lot better options” at his disposal.
Five-time major winner Phil Mickelson has expressed his regret at his conduct both on and off the course during last month’s US Open at Shinnecock Hills.
A day after telling his critics to toughen up, Phil Mickelson was far less forthcoming about the controversy surrounding his two-shot penalty in the third round of the US Open.
Phil Mickelson looked set to finish the Open with a flourish until a wild drive at the 17th hole landed on a balcony on the Old Course Hotel.
Some of the biggest names in golf, including Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose are set to return to Scotland this summer for the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.
Already the record holder with nine appearances, Mickelson also reached an unwanted record at Celtic Manor, accumulating the most defeats against Europe.
The gloves are off at Gleneagles after Phil Mickelson landed the first blow of the Ryder Cup with a well-aimed jab at European opponents Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell yesterday.
Phil Mickelson remained characteristically upbeat, despite being unable to successfully defend his Open championship at Royal Liverpool.
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are not guarantees to play in this year's Ryder Cup, according to United States captain Tom Watson.
Phil Mickelson believes he is warming up nicely as he prepares to make his defence of the Open championship at Hoylake this week.
Golf legend Phil Mickelson took a different kind of drive at the Scottish Open this week - when he popped by a McDonalds for a bite to eat.
Rory McIlroy lived up to his star billing on the opening day’s play at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen.
Rory McIlroy may have broken Royal Aberdeen’s course record today but he wasn’t the only player on top form as Phil Mickelson proved with this shot from the tarmac to make birdie. Last year’s Scottish Open champion finished the day three shots off leader Rory McIlroy with a score of three under.
Billionaire Talisman investor Carl Icahn and US golfer Phil Mickelson are at the centre of an FBI insider trading probe.