Oct
3
2016

Embed from Getty Images Phil Mickelson got off to a rough start this week at the Ryder Cup, bringing up and criticizing U.S. Captain Hal Sutton in 2004 for his management of the team and pairing him with Tiger Woods with only two days’ notice. It was strange that Phil would bring up 2004 out […]

Oct
1
2016
By Jon McCarthy under Ryder Cup

Embed from Getty Images   Ah, America. Finally we have an inclusive, progressive Team USA that truly values its players and understands that modern athletes need their voices to be heard if they are expected to perform to their full potential. Or, maybe, just maybe, the inmates are running the asylum.

Sep
28
2016
By Jon McCarthy under Ryder Cup

Embed from Getty Images   Phil Mickelson understands that golf is very big on tradition, so on Wednesday he continued the one he started at the 2014 Ryder Cup of throwing his captains under the bus. Don’t worry Davis Love, you weren’t the target. It’s only Wednesday, feel free to check back on Sunday night. On this […]

Jul
29
2016

Here are the top best/worst of moments, happenings and quotes from the second round of the PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club. In other words, my random thoughts and ramblings from the day. Don’t forget to keep up with the latest and most current behind-the-scenes updates this week(end) via social media channels–Twitter, Instagram and Facebook–especially […]

Jul
14
2016
By Stephanie Wei under British Open

Only about 15 feet stood between Phil Mickelson and the bottom of the cup on the 18th hole, not to mention history. If Mickelson made that putt for birdie, he would have shot a nine-under 62, which would have been the lowest score at a major championship in its long history.

Jun
2
2016

Embed from Getty Images Phil Mickelson had an adventurous couple of holes coming in at Muirfield Village during the first round of The Memorial Tournament en route to a four-under 68. I mean, as we’ve seen over the years, Mickelson sure likes to keep things errrr…interesting.

Feb
14
2016
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour

Embed from Getty Images That picture above just says it all. A 45-year-old five-time major winner on the back nine of his career reacting in agony and obvious disappointment to a missed five-foot putt for birdie to get to 17-under and into a playoff against Vaughn Taylor at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Had Lefty made […]