With Tiger Woods near the bottom of the field and Lee Westwood completely out of the tournament, Phil Mickelson had a huge chance to climb to number one in the world golf rankings for the first time in his career. Unfortunately the chance was gone rather quickly and Phil barely managed to break 80 in yesterday’s fourth round of the Bridgestone invitational.
Phil Mickelson has won the WGC - HSBC Champions at Shanghai, China and thereby put the finishing touches on a both sucessful and highly emotional season.
After starting the final round at -14 - two strokes clear of Americans Tiger Woods and Nick Watney - it came down to a two-horse race with three time Major [...]
Whoever thought that all exciting events of the 2009 pro golf season have already been played must have overlooked the WGC - HSBC Champions in Shanghai, China.
Phil Mickelson had 16 birdies and only two bogeys during the first three rounds of the tournament and leads world number one Tiger Woods by two strokes going into tomorrow’s final round. The [...]
Not being able to keep any food down this week did not stop Phil Mickelson from finally winning the first WGC event of his illustrious career. Not only did he have to deal with his ailing body following a virus disease, heat exhaustion and dehydration, but a rising star Nick Watney gave Phil all he could [...]
Phil Mickelson finished the World Golf Championships – Bridgestone Invitational in a tie for 4th
after a final round of even par 70. Mickelson started the day tied for the lead with Vijay Singh
(FIJ) and Lee Westwood (ENG) and lead by one stroke midway through the back nine.
However, he finished with unfortunate bogeys on holes 15, [...]
Phil Mickelson has got his eyes set on the biggest win of his 2008 campaign. After titles at the Northern Trust Open in February and the Crowne Plaza Invitational in May, Mickelson trails second round leader Vijay Singh by a single shot after two excellent rounds of 68 and 66 at Firestone Country Club in [...]