Phil Mickelson

Name: Phil MickelsonAge: 49Birthplace: San Diego, CABirthdate: June 16, 1970College: Arizona State University Turned Professional: 1992
Career Victories:
2018 World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship. 2013 The Open Championship. 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open. 2012 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. 2011 Shell Houston Open. 2010 Masters Tournament. 2009 THE TOUR Championship presented by Coca-Cola. 2009 World Golf Championships-CA Championship. 2009 Northern Trust Open. 2008 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. 2008 Northern Trust Open. 2007 Deutsche Bank Championship. 2007 THE PLAYERS Championship. 2007 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. 2006 Masters Tournament. 2006 BellSouth Classic. 2005 PGA Championship. 2005 BellSouth Classic. 2005 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. 2005 FBR Open. 2004 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. 2004 Masters Tournament. 2002 Canon Greater Hartford Open. 2002 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. 2001 Canon Greater Hartford Open. 2001 Buick Invitational. 2000 THE TOUR Championship. 2000 MasterCard Colonial. 2000 BellSouth Classic. 2000 Buick Invitational. 1998 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. 1998 Mercedes Championships. 1997 Sprint International. 1997 Bay Hill Invitational. 1996 NEC World Series of Golf. 1996 GTE Byron Nelson Golf Classic. 1996 Phoenix Open. 1996 Nortel Open. 1995 Northern Telecom Open. 1994 Mercedes Championships. 1993 Buick Invitational of California. 1993 The International. 1991 Northern Telecom Open.

This season, Mickelson ended a winning drought that went back to 2013 when he won the World Golf Championship-Mexico with a final-round 66 to finish 16-under. Mickelson beat Justin Thomas in a playoff. He also has six top-10 finishes this year.

No player was under more pressure to perform than Mickelson at the 2016 Ryder Cup, the unofficial "playing captain," if you will. Playing in his American-record 11th consecutive Ryder Cup, Lefty -- the reason for all the changes to the U.S. process of selecting captains and preparing for the matches-- delivered the goods. Overall, Mickelson went 2-1-1 at Hazeltine. Funny enough, the most memorable match of the week for Mickelson and many others, will be the one that ended in a draw -- his Sunday singles match with Sergio Garcia. Mickelson and Garcia -- two Ryder Cup stalwarts -- put on an exhibition, collecting 19 birdies between them. In 11 Ryder Cup starts, this was just Mickelson's third time as a member of the winning side. His focus now turns to Paris in 2018, where Mickelson tries to win on foreign soil for the first time in his career. The last time the U.S. turned that trick was in 1993... which also happens to be the last time Mickelson was not a member of a Ryder Cup team.

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1995, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018