Tiger Woods, no matter the venue, is always the fan favourite, and the same can be expected this week in his debut at Chapultepec Golf Club. But one of Woods’ playing partners will see plenty of love from the galleries as well.
Phil Mickelson goes next-level Phil Mickelson, plays flop shot OVER a hospitality stand at Riviera’s 18th hole
Just when you thought we’ve seen everything from Phil Mickelson, his short-game repertoire has officially been expanded.
While Phil Mickelson was touting a resurgence in his clubhead speed as one of his keys to his victory at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, there may be another less overt element to his newfound fountain of youth. The three lines on his golf ball might be making his eyes work better.
Our man ranks Lefty's lofty standing in the game.
Tiger Woods’ return to Riviera will look a lot like his surroundings last season. The 14-time major winner will be hoping for a different outcome.
One can imagine the entire golf world swooning if Mickelson puts a fairy-tale-like cherry on top of his career in June by wrapping up the career Grand Slam he’s been chasing since his Open Championship victory at Muirfield in 2013.
There was drama to the end Sunday at Pebble Beach Golf Links, even though nothing was settled.
Lefty leads Paul Casey by three with two holes remaining but will have to come back Monday to seal Pebble Beach title
There is good news and bad news for Phil Mickelson at Pebble Beach Golf Links on Sunday.
Phil Mickelson will play in the final group for the second time in three starts, trails Paul Casey by three
If anyone thought Phil Mickelson would begin to fade as he closes in on 50, he’s showing no signs of it in 2019.
Adam Long emerged from obscurity on Sunday and won the Desert Classic and Mickelson lost it, the least recognizable player in the field beating the most recognizable player, and who could have envisioned either of those happening?
An underdog downs Phil, a 28-year-old streak comes to an end and the luckiest shot you’ve ever seen: What you missed
Adam Long missed the cut in all four Web.com Tour Finals events last fall. Had never won in 135 career starts across the Web, Mackenzie, and Latinoamérica circuits. Started the week 205th in the FedEx Cup out of 218 players, and outside the top 400 in world rankings. Not exactly the profile of a legend killer.