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Phil’s Mother also diagnosed with Breast Cancer

filesmall Private | commentmall Written by BigRed

When I first heard this I was sure it had to be a really bad joke - unfortunately, it comes from a serious source and seems to be true: As reported by the online edition of the

San Diego Union Tribune, Phil Mickelson’s mother Mary has recently been diagnosed with breast cancer.

The sad news comes only two months after Mickelson’s wife Amy had to accept the same diagnosis and a wave of support and empathy rolled far beyond the golf community all over the world. According to the newspaper, free run 3.0 v3 femmes Mary Mickelson’s diagnosis was made public by Phil’s sister Tina who wants her mother to receive prayers and support, just like Amy did.

Mary Mickelson is scheduled to undergo surgery Friday at the same hospital in Houston where Amy Mickelson was operated one week ago. Whil Phil had already decided to not play in the Scottish Open this week, the news about his mother’s disease will certainly rule him out of next week’s British Open at Turnberry as well.

Please use the comment function to send your wishes to Amy, Mary and all the rest of the Mickelson family during these incredibly hard times.

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184 Responses to “Phil’s Mother also diagnosed with Breast Cancer”

  • Phil my heart breaks for you and your family. My thoughts are with you, Amy, your mom and the whole Mickelson family. BEST WISHES AND

  • comment  Peggy Stachler Says:

    Continue to be strong for the two most important women in your life. My prayers will continue for both Amy and your mom Mary. Stay strong and alway remember God never closes a door without opening a window.

  • comment  Mighty Moe Says:

    Phil my heart goes out to you and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Best wishes to the Mickelson Family!

  • Phil,

    I am a 70 yr. Husband of 1 wife for 50 yrs Father of 3 Grandfather of 9 and Great grandfather of 2 and ther is notheing stronger than a close familey and I can tell that you have that so lean on each other and to God and every thing will be alright.

  • Phil,
    I’m 72 and a left hander as you, My youngest sister a Vitnam Nurse died last sept 4th with breast Cancer, our family was and is very close, family will be your solid post to be near. My prayers to God will be with your family daily, for you, Your Mother and Your Wife.

    God Bless

  • comment  don mceachern Says:

    Our thoughts are with you and your family. I know you will all be OK. Don McEachern, M.D.

  • comment  betty boyd Says:

    Phil, God never gives us more than we can handle but I know this latest news makes you think differently. I am 74 years old, diagnosed with breast cancer in Dec. 2007. It is not easy but God will bring all of you through this and my prayers are with you.
    My sister had stage IV cancer and MD Anderson has saved her life.
    It is truly a wonderful place.

  • Phil,

    You and all your family are in our thoughts. My mother is a breast cancer survivor - stay strong and you will all get through this trying time. God Bless.

  • comment  Gene Pyeatt Says:


    My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your entire family. For what it’s worth, my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1993, then with colon cancer in 1999, and she’s still here with me today. I’m praying for the same positive outcome for Amy and your mom, Mary.


  • comment  chris tomlin Says:

    I’m a huge fan of you, and more of a fan of your personal life and how you carry yourself off the course. People like you and your family who plow through these times give us all hope that we can make it through anything!! You and your family members are in my prayers and thoughts throughout the day!!! God bless to all the Mickelson family!!!

  • comment  vicki l lynn Says:

    You have so many ppl with saying prayers and so many of them surviors!! Hope and good thoughts be with youand your family during this difficult time.
    Vicki Lynn

  • comment  Michele Says:

    My prayers are with your wife, Mom and and you. Only good thoughts and support are sent to all.

  • comment  Theresa Says:

    My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family in this difficult time..I pray your wife and your mom have a speedy recovery..I battled ovarian cancer last year and I know first hand what the power of prayer can do..Know you have love and support from golf fans from all over the world!!

  • I can only think of one thing that will bring peace in a time like this and that Prayers from us all.. Know that my thoughts and prayers will be with Your Mother, Your Wife, and With You.. you have been a consistent Role model in my life and Continue to look up to you as you Help others with their victories as well as fight for your own. God Bless You and Your Family. ~Kyle.


  • comment  Sherry Says:

    Phil, As a breast cancer survivor myself, I know what you and your family are going through. As you know,nothing is stronger than the power of prayer, and I pray that Amy and your mother have a speedy recovery!


  • comment  Wendy Lucier Says:

    To the Mickelson’s. One month ago , I was diagnosed, have had a double mastectomy and already finished first round of chemo. I am still trying to process what happened. But my thoughts and prayers are with Amy and your mom, Phil God Bless them. Keep positive thoughts!

  • Phil,

    My thoughts and prayers go out to your entire family. I will remember Amy and your mother and you in my daily prayers. God will always be there for you. God bless, Robert Moment

  • comment  Kathy Wolf Says:

    So sorry to hear about your mother. I had breast cancer 1st stage and everything is fine now so I understand what you are going through. Just be there for both of them as I know you will be. This is a cancer that is curable especially if it is discovered early. I have always followed you on tour and respect not only your play but your family life, attitude and the way you treat your fans. I will keep both Amy and your mother in my thoughts and prayers.

  • comment  Cindy Mushier Says:

    Like many I have been a fan of yours for years, not just on the golf course but off as well. You set a tremendous example for both professional sports personalities and the general public. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family at this most difficult of times. Early detection and treatment is the key to this disease.

  • hi phil, sorry the the run of some bad luck lately with your family,just hope that everything was detected early for them,i have to say i was taken how you kept your emotions in check without amy at the open….that had to have been hard to do we wish you and your family speedy recovery’s and see ya soon on the course,the tour needs ya..!!…good luck and get well soon mom n amy..!!

  • Phil,our families prayers and thoughts are with all your extended family at this time.Know that your Mom and Amy remind in our thoughts and prayers daily.I know you will all gather strength from from each other.

  • Phil, Our prayers are with Amy, your mother, you & all of your family. I am a 7 year breast cancer survivor & my husband & I know the devastation you are all feeling at this time. Just remember to have faith. God will be there for all of you. They can do wonderful things now with the treatments. Just continue to have hope & show lots of love & support to Amy & your mother which we know you will do. My husband & I look forward to you being back on tour again.

  • comment  Dick Murphy Says:

    Phil: My thoughts and prayers are with you during your time of anxiety about your mother’s and Amy’s health. You are blessed with a wonderful family which is an inspiration to golfers and non-golfers alike. God bless you.

  • comment  Robin McGuire Says:

    To all the Mickelsons, I’ll be sending healing & loving prayers. I am still shocked at the endless numbers of folks who have been touched by this disease, myself included. The best thing we have is each other. Stay strong and keep smiling, this will pass. Love, smiles & hugs.

  • comment  DR. & MRS. JOSEPH PUENTE Says:


  • comment  Eric Baird Says:

    Hey Phil,
    The strength of your family truly is inspirational.
    I have always admired you as a golfer, from one lefty to another.
    Now I admire you on an entirely new level.
    Stay strong and all the best to your family.
    Eric B.

  • Phil,
    I hope Amy’s recovery is going well. Sorry to hear about your mother, hopefully it was caught early like Amy’s. Amy is still in my prayers and now Mary is as well, along with you and the rest of your family. Living in Houston, MD Anderson does have a great reputation.

  • comment  Mike Brown Says:

    May God Look after all in your family-May he guide the hands of the doctors performing there surgery to a successful end-Amen

  • May God be with you and your family during this difficult time. My mom had brest cancer at a young age and lived another 30 years. Breast cancer is so much more treatable now that I feel your wife and mother will live long and healthy lives. I will continue to pray daily for them as well as the rest of your family.

  • I am praying for your family and hope that all goes well with the surgery this week. May God bless your mother and the surgical team.

  • comment  Matt Smith Says:

    I am praying for your family and for successful treatment. God bless you as you battle this disease. Your family is an encouragement to others who face similar struggles. We lift your family in prayer that the grace of God sustains you and brings you success and healing!

  • comment  Deborah Says:

    We send our support & encouragement during this journey of your life. My husband is in treatment for cancer & is a big fan. We both enjoy to watch you play. His mother also has just completed 6 mths of treatment for breast CA also. As their caregiver, I know how it feels to watch 2 people you love & are devoted to go thru this battle. I know you will the strength to do what you have to do for your family during this time. Blessings to you all!

  • comment  Bonnie Schmidt Says:

    Our prayers are with your entire family - you are all true role models and we wish you and your family the best of health and happiness.Remember positive thinking is so critical in getting through hard times.

  • comment  Christie Says:

    Our prayers are with the entire Mickelson family! Although this is terrible news, God rarely gives people something they cannot handle. I believe you have a strong, close, and loving family and because of that you will get through this tough time. Good luck and best wishes!

  • comment  Hank Pomponio Says:

    This will be a very difficult time for your family. But you must know that you and your family are loved by millions of fans around the world, and they will all be praying for a speedy recovery for your wife and mom.

  • comment  Kay and Ray Jones Says:

    Dear Phil, Amy, and Mary,
    When the news came on about Mary’s cancer, I thougt it must be
    a huge mistake. Life sure has a way of cutting one down to his
    knees sometimes. We are praying for a complete and speedy recovery
    and the incredible strength it will take to overcome this. May God
    walk this walk with you. We miss you Phil. Golf isn’t the same.
    May God Bless all of you. You are loved. Ray and Kay

  • comment  Wendy Pope Says:

    Your family is in our prayers. You are a true hero to put your family first. You set a great example of all of us, showing us what is most important in life.
    We look forward to seeing Amy’s beautiful face out there cheering you to victory real soon. We pray the same for your mother.

  • comment  Sharon H & Family, OH Says:

    Phil, Our heartfelt prayers and best wishes come to you, to Amy and to your Mother, at this very challenging and terrifying time in your lives. We watch you play golf with awe, and cheer you on through each tournament. And now, my family and I, cheer you, Amy and Mary on to health and wholeness. As the Grandmother of two remarkable little girls whose daddy (my son)& I adore them … the example set by you and your family has been a breath of fresh air, and we thank you! God bless you all!

  • comment  GLemons Says:

    Mary & Amy, Many prayers and good thoughts go out to you and all of the Mickelson family. MD Anderson is a wonderful hospital and will do their best.

  • comment  Beth Hague Says:

    My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer in August, 1999 and I was diagnosed in January, 2007. We both have made a full recovery and are going strong thanks to early detection, the support of family and friends and excellent medical care - but mostly through the grace of God. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family and especially your precious children, who can be confused and frightened by things they do not understand. Stay strong and put your trust in God - through Him, all things are possible!

  • comment  Ralph Says:


    I am a right handed person that plays golf left handed, as is my Son. That is how we started being Mickelson fans, even though we are U of A fans from Tucson. We were at Starr Pass and watched you win your first PGA event as an amateur.

    I, like many others, am a bigger fan of how you conduct yourself on and off the course. How you play golf pales to how you stick to your values, a rare act in today’s world.

    I’ve been where you’re at, you are going to have to be the tree for all to lean on, especially your children. Golf..smolf…there are far more important things for you to do right now and very few more prepared to do it than you. Thoughts and prayers man….lots.

  • Phil,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during these troubling times. No words can explain what you must be feeling right now, but everyone in the golf community and beyond is here to support your wife, your mother, and yourself. Stay strong and hope to see you back on the links soon!

  • comment  Bill Van Horn Says:

    I had the pleasure of getting your autograph at Bethpage and meeting your father in the merchandise building. I’ve got my tickets for Pebble Beach. I’m looking forward to seeing your Mom and Amy healthy at Monterey next year. And you’re hoisting the trophy. God Bless you and your family.

  • comment  Rosemary Says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family.

  • comment  Steve Seckman Says:

    You have inspired me with your way of handling the obstacles that life throws at you. May God be with you and your family as you take on this obstacle.

  • comment  Melissa Says:

    Prayers, best wishes and hugs to the whole family from southeast Missouri. Together with God you will overcome.

  • Dear Phil,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and the Mickelson family. Having both your wife and your mother with breast cancer is overwhelming. My prayers are with Amy and Mary for a full recovery. Hugs and Prayers

  • comment  Barbara Georgiades Says:

    My husband said I am your biggest fan. Your family on and off the golf course has shown to the world what Love and support is all about. In this time of need for both Amy and Mary, the heavens and earth will pour all the love and concern that they feel for you and your family, for you have given the world so much. I know that your prayers will be answered and your family will become whole again with Happiness and Love. We look forward to seeing all of you on the golf course real soon.

  • comment  Dorothy and Dick Howard Says:

    Our prayers are with with you and your family and your Mom.

  • Dear Mary, Amy and Phil, I have put you and your entire family on a world wide prayer line, my entire family and friends carry you all in their heart and prayers. Mary and Amy, all of our support and love are with you, there is no doubt in our minds that you are already on the path of total recovery, Love is surrounding you, have no doubts.

  • Dear Mary, Amy and Phil,

    As the daughter of a six year breast cancer survivor, my thoughts and prayers are with all of you. This disease can be beat and I know that God is looking over all of you.

  • comment  Bob Earp Says:

    Phil and Amy,

    My thoughts ar with you during this dificult time. My prayers go out to both Amy and Mary. Please pass on my thoughts on to Tim and Tina and you father Phil.

    Bob & Judy Earp
    former GM Handerly Hotel and Stardust CC

  • Phil:

    Prayers go out to you for your mother, Mary, and wife, Amy, both recently diagnosed w/ breast cancer. Be strong and convicted. I have dealt with much loss in my family to that dreaded disease and find that being proactive in healthful nutrition for me and my family provides much comfort. If we give the body what it needs, it has an incredible ability to heal itself. That’s God’s beautiful design. Blessings.

    Pamela :o)

  • Dear Amy and Mary, as a BC survivor of two and a half years, I understand the horrendous emotions that come along with the words “It’s cancer.” Rich or poor, young or old, beautiful or ugly, once you have been diagnosed with cancer, your perspective on life changes forever.

    One of the things that really struck hard at me personally was not just the treatments and surgery I would have to undergo, but how LONG it takes to be, hopefully, cured. I felt like I was losing a big chunk of my life to cancer. There seemed to be nothing positive about the whole process.

    The treatments and surgery turned out to be not nearly as bad as my fears in advance and the time passed a lot quicker than I would have imagined, though none if it is easy. Cancer is not for wusses!

    While I would love to have never had this life experience (BC is definitely a club NO one wants to be a member of!), I have to say that there were actually many good things that came into my life because of BC. I no longer tolerate fools, I don’t do things I really don’t want to do because I feel I have to, and I don’t sweat the small stuff. (And needless to say, after chemo there are NO more bad hair days!)

    Not least of all were the amazing people I met who held out their arms and offered support to a total stranger. I now have so many new lifelong friends that I cherish - who would have thought there could be that much good come of such a dread situation. I am hoping that you will experience this blessing in abundance, and pray that by this time next year, everything will be behind you both.

  • comment  John Fonzo Says:

    Phil; My Mom had breast cancer when I was in middle school. I know what you are going through, not only with your mom, but your wife too. Treatments are so much better now and you have us on your support team. You are a WINNER, HANG IN THERE.

  • Dear Phil, My heart and prayers are with you. You are a gifted young man who is strong and now you have to be even stronger not just for Amy but for your Mother as well. I am confident both the ladies in your life will come through with flying colors which kn turn will bond your family even closer together, Life is precious and it should be enjoyed. Hopefully with all the support and prayers you receive, we shall have the pleasure of seeing you on the course again and Amy and your Mother by your side. God Bless.

  • comment  Steve Young Says:

    Dear Phil,
    To the nicest and classiest guy on the PGA tour - our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family during this difficult time for your wife and Mother. I know you will support them in any and every way that you can and may God Bless You Phil.
    Steve Young
    High School classmate of your manager Steve Loy

  • comment  Larry Kidman Says:

    It is bad that Phil’s wife and mother have problems. However this is Phil’s punishment for being the racist that he is and supporting the Bush family while they lie us into was and kill innocent men and women. I wish him all the pain he has brought to others.

  • comment  Hazel Day Says:

    I am sorry for your family. My daughter had breast cancer and 10 years later had it in the other breast. Thank goodness she did not have to have a mastectomy, but did go through the chemo and radiation both times. Her husband also has cancer and is going through the treatment for the second time and the diagnosis is not good for him as it was for her.
    So I know what you are going through and as I advise my daughter-keep your chin up and remain strong so you can get through this.

  • To Larry Kidman, Be careful what you wish for sir. Shame on you to wish anyone this kind of pain especially as a punishment. You need help.

  • Hi Phil,Amy and Mary
    God bless all of you.Hopes and prayers to all. Phil I will certainly miss you on the golf course, I thought you would win the Open (british) I can’t wait to see once again on the course.
    get well all.
    Patsy Matheny

  • comment  Jennifer Might Says:


    My prayers have been with you. We were in an ASU Literature class together - remember Walt Whitman? I’ve told everyone the reports are true about what a kind and caring person you are. Also know my prayers are with your whole family now that Phil’s mom has been diagnosed. I believe that prayer is powerful.

    I’ve enjoyed following your successes and beautiful children. I have two children of my own and teach 8th grade science in Tempe. Your college apartments are now condos!

    Take good care of yourself.


  • comment  cheesphht Says:

    Hey, I like your spam protector! I sincerely hope that both of the women in your life try to go another route than the “prescribed method”. Cancer is very curable with other routes and do not require surgery or chemo or radiation. I don’t know if you know that but it sounds as if you have not even been given the choice everyone should. Go down to Mexico - it’s close for you - or get some apricot seeds and start to eat them everyday (it can’t hurt you) or, if you really want fast treatment - go to phoenix tears web site and watch the video.
    It doesn’t take long and can save you a lot of heartache.

  • comment  Janice Kovach Says:

    Amy, Mary, Phil & Family,

    I will keep you all in my prayers as you go through these trying times. Know that the Lord will give you the strength to endure the coming days.


  • comment  Pat Forester Says:

    To my favorite gentleman golfer and his family: Deut. 33:12…Let the beloved of the Lord rest secure in him….the one the Lord loves rests between his shoulders.

  • Phil, Amy, Mary and families. No matter how hard this gets remember to “SMILE” it will help when the times are rough. My favorite saying “And this too shall pass” We all have roads that need to be travelled and some are bumpier then others, but no matter what at the end of the road is love awaiting so “Smile”

  • My good thoughts to you all. My wife was diagnosed with breast cancer this last February. After a double mastectomy in April, she is doing well. We will continue to be positive. Phil, you have always entertained us with your daring feats on the course. Thanks for supercharging the PGA tour. It’s not the same without you. To Larry Kidman: I feel so sorry for you.

  • To one of our favorite golfers. Phil and Amy, your constantly in our prayers. Just remember that God says he will never put more on us than we can handle. I know right now that is no consilation. We love you guys and know we will get to see you through all of this and that this too shall pass.Hang in there and we wish only the very best for Amy and Mary.

  • To my favorite golfer, Phil please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you,your wife,your mom and the entire family. I can say I know what your going through,my sister has been dealing with this hideous disease and I’m glad to say that she is doing much better. I know with a positive attitude and prayer you and yours will make it through this.

    All the best,

  • Blessings to you Mary, Amy, Phil and your entire family and friends…know that you are all in our prayers…and we know they will help, encourage and heal you all…I was diagnosed with cancer when I was 27 - and I am healthy and writing you 30 years later…my dear husband wad diagnosed with throat cancer 4 plus years ago…it wasn’t an easy trip but we have made it..he is fine and life is blessed. Please continue to pray and we will do the same for each of you - it will make a difference and you will always be loved by us, your dear Lord and all who love you…be strong, don’t give up and belive…God Bless, Kathleen and Deacon Frank Ryan

  • comment  Aaron AuBuchon Says:

    Phil, I have been a huge fan of yours for the last 15 yrs. My 4 yr old daughter and 2 yr old son watch golf on TV and you are their favorite golfer. One behalf of my family we wish your entire family a speedy recovery. Our prayers go out to Amy and your mom. God Bless….The AuBuchon’s

  • comment  Joann Peterson Says:

    Mary, Amy, Phil and family

    My prayers are with all as you face another crisis. It is so hard to believe that one family is facing so much. I have always admired all of you for the love you so genuinely show each other. We miss Phil on the PGA Tour but we know you are where you should be, with your family. Golf is secondary.

    May God Bless Mary and Amy with quick healing.

    Joann Peterson

  • comment  Steve Michaels Says:

    To the entire Mickelson family,

    Good luck to you in your journey to recovery. My wife was diagnosed with breast cancer 2 years ago. My mother passed away from cancer Easter Sunday 2009. I know what you are going through and you have my support and prayers.

  • comment  Gary Stant Says:

    My prayers go out to Amy & Mary. I just pray they caught the cancer early in both your Mom & wife.

    God Bless


  • comment  Sue Johnson Says:

    Phil, Your family is in our thoughts and prayers as you fight this battle together. You are well loved in SW Florida, along with the rest of the golfing world, and we admire your family’s courage and attitude as you wage this battle together. With you, it’s obvious that family does come first, and that’s what will get you through this ordeal. Keep on being positive. The odds are with you!


  • comment  Nan Stewart Says:

    Find strength and courage in the prayers of everyone and keep your faith in God because He will bring you through this. My husband is a cancer survivor and we never could have made our way through the dark days without the support, kindness and encouragement of friends and family. You have a strong support system so lean on it when you need to. God bless your entire family.

  • comment  Betsy Tatum Says:

    I am so sorry to hear of your mom being diagnosed with Breast Cancer also. I will be praying for you and Amy and your children as well as your mom Mary. Your care for your family is a great witness. God keep His healing hand on your family!

  • comment  Nancy Capling Says:

    My prayers go out to all the Mickelson family.I believe that both Amy and Mary will be fine. You have a great support system.

  • comment  Glendene Goucher Says:

    The Mickelson Family are in our thoughts and Prayers. Our experience with the Houston Hospital, is that they are the best.

  • Phil,

    During th eearly 90s, I became a fan after my grandfather served on the board of commissions that honored you with three consecutive Fred Haskins Awards. To date, I remain a huge fan and now have a four year old and wife that are even bigger fans. I just want you to know that all of Columbus Georgia and especially the Country Club of Columbus are wishing Amy and mom a healthy recovery. We will continue to pray for your family. Please kiss your adorable kids for all of us. Take care…ya’ll are in our prayers!!!

  • comment  John Hughes Says:

    Phil, my thoughts are with you….I am 48 years old and have survived stage 3 testicular cancer diganosed in 1995, also survived colon cancer, 2004, reocurrence in 2006, and another reocurrence in 2008. I would have never survived 4 times with out family close by and a willigness to fight. Amy and your Mother will go through many emotions while being treated, bare with them, love them, be tough with them when needed….try an keep things normal as possible, good luck to you and your family, treatment today is exceptional, I am hoping for good results for all being treated….Good luck.

  • comment  Karey Lynch Says:

    To the entire Mickelson family,
    You are in our prayers! Your struggle must be so difficult and made even greater by the public arena. Please understand that this spotlight brings cancer awareness and a very strong prayer base. You are blessed with an exceptional family! You will come through this sucessfully. Our Blessings Always!

  • To Phil and Amy, My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Phil has been my favorite since he won as an amateur. I was walking scorer for him twice in 1995 at Shinnecock and again at Bethpage in 2009. He and Amy are the type of people we want our children to emulate. May God bless them and keep the Mickelson Family in our prayers. Please know that NY fans are firm in our love for you and your family.

  • comment  Jerry & Julie Says:

    Phil our thoughts and prayers are with you, Amy, and the rest of your family. Put your trust in God and He will see you through this. We are believing for a complete healing for your mom and Amy. God bless you guys.

  • comment  Cynthia Williamson Says:


    I am a huge fan of yours. You are a model golfer for us all. Your smile and pleasant attitude is what caused me to be your supporter when I first watched you play. Keep that winning attitude during this trying time ahead of you and it will help Amy and your Mom. I will keep them and your family in my prayers.

    I got to see you play at the Ryder’s Cup in Louisville this past year. It was a dream come true.

    May God keep bless you.

  • comment  raymond Says:

    even in the Netherlands we picked up the bad news about your mum (and wife). They WILL overcome this…….although I do not know them my love goes to them and to you……..have faith……raymond

  • comment  mark harris Says:

    Dear Phil
    Our thoughts are with you. My mother had breast cancer a few years ago and with the love of the family we got through it together. All the best for the future .
    Fondest Regards
    The Harris Family , England.
    Mark [fellow lefty!], Jo , Samuel [8] and Finley [6].

  • comment  Chris Spatz Says:

    Dear Phil,
    I HAVE SENT THIS INFORMATION TO PEOPLE WITH CANCER BEFORE. Please don’t ignore it. This is the natural cure for cancer. It will kill any remaining cancer in your wife and your mother. It is a compound in most fruit seeds called laetrile. The highest amount is found in apricot seeds. You can order organic apricot seeds from a farm in Canada that I have bought from many times before at http://www.ourfathersfarm.com. They should each take around 6 or 7 seeds a day, around two with each meal. Please do this as soon as possible until all the cancer is gone. Anyone else who is reading this, please do the same for anyone that you know who has cancer.


  • comment  Debbie Says:

    Phil - I am a huge fan of yours, not only because you are a gifted golfer and fun to watch, but because you have exhibited exemplary class both on and off the course. I admire you for doing what is right - putting family first.
    I cried when I heard the news about Amy, and my heart breaks further, now, with the news of your mother. I know that it cannot be easy, but God, family and friends will help give you strength. Know that millions of fans (and people who may not be golf fans, but those with compassion and caring in their hearts), are pulling for Amy and your mother in their battles.
    God speed recovery to the two, most important women in your life. I think of you and Amy often, and keep you close in my prayers.

    Thanks for being such an amazing role model.


  • comment  Jeff Sellers Says:

    Good luck Phil you and your family don’t deserve this because you give so much pleasure to people with the way you play the game. Keep the faith and stay strong everything will be okay.

  • comment  Sally Collins Says:

    Phil, Amy and Mary,
    I am a breast cancer survivor of almost 6 years. Mine was caused by, although not proven by my doctor, taking the hormone replacement therapy pills after menopause. Mine was caught very early and I chose to have a mastectomy. I did not have reconstruction though. And I did not have to have chemo. The whole thing was a shock to me and my husband and my kids. But I am fine now and you will be too. Have faith in God and your doctors. My prayers are with you.

  • Our thoughts are with you & your entire family.

    God bless

  • comment  Pennie Says:

    I have thorougly enjoyed watching you play for many years. I am extremely sorry for your wife and mother, but your strength and belief will pull you through. You are highly respected by everyone and I know they are all behind you and your family during the coming months.

  • Phil my hearfelt thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this very difficult time .Everyone is rooting for you from all parts of the globe love and kisses to your mom and the beautiful Amy may god keep them safe and watch over them .xxxx

  • Keep the Faith. As your family is a model for many to follow, these events will provide evidence of Mickelson Family strength and compassion. The golfing world is praying for the doctors and staff to have the resources to remove the cancer and bring about a complete recovery to Amy and Mary Mickelson.

    May God bless and keep you and yours.

  • comment  Deb Hickson Says:

    Dear Phil - you are doing the right thing by not playing in the British Open. What could be as important as your family? Nothing. Enjoy the time you have together and I hope your wife and mother can keep a positive attitude about their situations - I feel this helps so much. Most of us have not been spared when it comes to dealing with cancer with our family and/or friends and I am certainly one of those people who have had to endure the heartache associated with cancer. I hope you have a large support system and my suggestion to you is just spend time with each other and I pray that your wife and mother are able to fight this battle and both become survivors! My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • comment  M.Wayne Kirton Says:

    In this time of stress and pain GOD Speed to all of your family. My mother has Breast Cancer and is doing really well,due to fact that it was some 15 years ago.She is now a walmart freak every day to wal mart,I will tell you that there is no easy way to face this with your wife or mother. Keep a postive attuide and the days that are the hardest turn to the lord. We are praying for you all

  • comment  Lynn Harrison Tessin Says:

    Phil and Amy, As the daughter of an ovarian cancer survivor, I understand what you are going through. I know the fear, the stress, the questions, and that darn waiting. But I also know the power of prayer, the laughing, and the positive attitude that is needed to get through this. I’m so sorry you are all having to go through this and then to have your mom diagnosed. Now that, I can’t imagine. Momma had her surgery 4 years ago at the age of 72 and she is doing great. Keep the faith and know that many people are praying for your healing and your strength.
    Lynn Harrison Tessin

  • comment  Elaine Tourville Says:

    Dear Phil and Amy: My prayers have been with you, Amy, since I found out about your diagnosis. I was diagnosed with brease cancer in March and had a mastectomy in May. I am currently undergoing chemo for 6 sessions. So I understand all you are going through. I will continue to pray for your full recovery, strength and peace throughout your treatments. I will also be praying for your Mom, Phil.
    Elaine Tourville

  • Mr. Mickelson:

    My mother also had cancer 10 years ago and so far she has beaten it.
    My prayers are with you and your family for both your mother and wife. I had the chance to meet your father at Medinah a few years back, he was a very nice man, I now know why you are the type of person you are. God Bless you and your family.

  • Phil, all the best for your mother and Amy and you of course. I might be only 16 years old, but I know very well how important family is, not depending on the age… You´re a great guy and you´ve got a fabulous personality, which will make it easy for you to support your family and encourage them to keep on fighting.
    God bless your family !

    All the best !

  • comment  Carol Vicic Says:

    My heart goes out to you and your wife and mom. Stay strong for those beautiful kids of yours and we’ll be saying our prayers for you.

    From your biggest fan,

  • comment  Frank McNally Says:

    Dear Phil, We just want to let you know that our thoughts and prayers are with you , Amy, your Mum and all your family. This is a very difficult time for you all however, have faith and never stop believing. God is good. We hope all goes well with the treatment and that the future is a bright one. Look forward to seeing you back on the golf course. We miss that smile and breathtaking golf that cheers us all up. God bless you and your family, be strong.
    The McNally Family
    Dungannon, Northern Ireland

  • comment  Julie Lipson Says:

    To the entire Mickelson Family -
    You are all in my thoughts and prayers
    Be strong
    You will get through everything

  • comment  eugene Says:

    Hi Phil. What a double blow to be dealt. My thought’s and prayers are with you and ill have a quiet word with my gran (little granny)who we lost at the great age of 89 in 2006 and i believe she still listens to me and im sure she will listen to my prayers for your family. God bless you all, Eugene in Ireland

  • The closeness of the Mickelson family will get you all through this. Love and support are as necessary for the healing process as what the medical profession does. I look forward to seeing you back on the course soon.

    Luther, Ok

  • comment  Roberto Ruggiu Says:

    Dear Phil, I was left speechless by this terrible news. I’m so sorry. Anyhow, nowadays cancer is not what it used to be years ago: It can be defeated, particularly breast cancer. I’m sure the surgeons and doctors will play their parts, but what is going to make a difference is your love and support, those of your other family members, and the huge love from your friends and supporters, including mine. They will make it !

  • Hey Lefty my prayers are with you and your family….from another lefty

  • comment  Dave B Says:

    As the husband of a brest cancer survivor, just wanted to pass on our experience and to assure you and your family that you can win the fight with cancer. My wife was diagnosed in Sept 96 and at the time my mind ran wild as to what the future might be. Since then we have been through chemo, radiation and reconstruction surgery and 13 years later my wife is cancer free! God has blessed us greatly and for that we are very thankful. She was treated at M D Anderson and you all will find they are the best at what they do. Stay strong, keep the faith, a positive attitude and this nightmare will be over soon. God bless you and yours!
    As a side note I am a lefty and I appreciate the way you approach the game of golf and the way you carry yourself both on and off the course. Winning is important but its not everything. In the scheme of things family and friends are what matters

  • comment  Dean&Kathy D Says:

    We hope the best for you and your family.I have gone through what you are now and it is a very difficult time. We wish there was something we could do to lighten your load. God bless all of you.

  • comment  Don Ainley Says:

    You are such a class act. My whole family thinks you are the greatest. Even my 75 year old Mother is crazy about you. My wife and I took her to the 2009 St. Jude tournament just so she could see you. It was such a thrill for her. Please be assured that you, Amy, your Mother, and the rest of your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Have faith in God and he will get you through.

  • Phil, I have followed you since your win as an amateur. I love the way you take the time to interact with the fans and all the autographs you sign on a consistent basis. My prayers are with Amy, Your Mother Mary and the Mickelson Family.

  • comment  Brenda and Gene Says:

    To Amy and Mary,
    Unless you have been diagnosed with cancer, no one really knows what goes through your mind and thoughts. The “C” is hard to soak in, but trust me, after the surgery and treatments, this too shall pass. The support of your family and doctors are the reason you come out of this. They will do the best they know how for you both. And to Phil, we look forward to the day you and Amy are back on the golf course. Love to you all, Brenda and Gene

  • comment  Larry & Becky Says:

    To the Michelson Family,

    Hang tough. I am. I am 1/3 of my way through Chemo and all signs are pointing in the right direction. The low moments are very low, but the high moments are worth the battle you are fighting and will win. Our prayers are with you every day. Fans in Germantown, MD

  • Our prayers are with you all.

  • Phil and family, God Bless! All will be well.

  • Wishing you and your family well during this tough time. We’ll miss you at Turnberry, but family is much more important. Best wishes to you all.

  • comment  Michael Renfro Says:


    I am sorry to hear about the trouble your family is having. Keep your faith in God and don’t forget that he hears all prayers. My family will be praying for you and your family and hoping for a quick recovery so we can enjoy watching you on the golf course.

    God Bless You and Your family,

    Michael Renfro

  • Dear Phil/Amy/Mary:

    We are all praying for your quick and complete recovery. Hope to see you all on the course at Phil’s (and yours!) next victory! Keep the faith!

    God bless you all!

  • To Amy, Phil and your mother Phil,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all. It is such a hard diagnosis to receive, I remember it only too well as I am a 2 time breast cancer survivor, my sister and mom are both survivors too. Good luck and god speed.


  • comment  Brenda & Norman Says:

    Amy, Mary and the entire Mickelson Family - Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with you during this trying time.

  • Phil

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I wish the cloudy days will be gone.

    One of your golf fans.

  • comment  Andrea Says:

    Phil, very far, from Argentina Republic, my thoughts and prayers for you and your family. Strength and faith!

  • Phil,
    Bless you and your family. We have Amy and Mary in our prayers.

  • Past: I met Phil many years ago down in San Diego. My husband was playing with the Chargers and Stan H invited us to watch Phil play.
    Present: Both my mother and I have undergone treatment for breast cancer. We both lost a breast, had chemo, and radiation. We also went through it at the same time…my poor father! But, I am writing to say that both my mother and I are healthy. I went through reconstruction and have a nice perky pair, my mom decided to have the other breast removed and go flat. We are both content with our decisions and know that Amy and Mary will also be healthy soon. In closing…GIRLS, GET YOUR MAMMOGRAMS! Neither my mother or I would have lost a whole breast if we had gone yearly for our check ups.

  • comment  jerry wilber Says:

    sad to here of your familys having a low time and i would hope that some one will be there for you as you was for me in a low time in my life (Panama 1994)(lazy jack) thank you for that time my thought are with you and Family
    just a friend
    Jerry wilber

  • You are my favorite golfer on tour. Admire the way you conduct yourself on the course and the love in your family is heart warming.My prayers go out to Amy,your mom and you and your kids. We will never understand why certain things happen in our lives but I know alot of people are praying for you all and GOD hears his peoples prayers. May his will be done. Hope to see you on tour soon.

  • comment  Sandra Says:

    I just want to tell you that the journey of going thru surgery, chemo, (and depending on the situation) radiation is just a temporary road. Losing your hair is only temporary too. I am a 4 yr BC survivor and as I was going thru the chemo and radiation, I held fast to the LORD. I kept my faith in HIM and I know that I’m ok now. My husband was also my number one support. He has always been there for me. He took care of of me and our sons when I couldn’t because of chemo, etc. I’m sure that you will be there for them too. Your wife and mother will be ok. Hold on to the faith, please. My prayers are with you guys. God Bless You all.

  • Dear Phil,
    We were so sorry to hear about your Mom,we are keeping you,Amy and your whole family in our prayers,we look forward to hearing good news soon about all of you.we miss seeing you play golf but God has other plans for you now.Love & God bless

  • Dear Mickelson Family:
    Thoughts are with you and your family. Be strong! You and your family are in my prayers and thoughts. Miss seeing you and your family on the tour. All the best!

  • My name is Tomi Zito,
    I also had breast cancer, with double mascetomy and full hysterectomy. I had the BRCA 2 gene for ovarian cancer.
    I know all to well the journey ahead of you. I send my support and prayers along with a few items I have designed to help make this a little eaiser for you. Please if there is anything I or my organization can do for either of you do not hesitate to call.

    Tomi Zito
    She Rocks 4 Cancer.com

  • Dear Phil,
    My heart and prayers go to you and your family. Be strong and know that you have so many people praying for all of you. God bless Amy and your Mom.

  • It is July 15th at 1:55pm est and I am sitting with my wife Rosemarie as she reeives her first round of Chemo. She has had a mastectomy three weeks ago and is doing great!!
    We wish Mary and Amy all the best and have you in our prayers. Rosemarie has a great emotional attitude as I am sure you both do. This has helped her so very much. Please know that thousands and thousands are praying for you and in the “dark” moments their hearts and hands hold you up and support you.

    God is smiling on you and your family and holds you in His loving arms.

    Gastonia, NC

  • Having lost my Mother (lung) and then my wife (breast) to cancer, BELIEVE me when I say your family is DAILY in my thoughts and best wishes. Good luck to all of you!

    Scottsville, Va.

  • comment  Barbara Malcolm Says:

    There’s not a day that goes by that I don’t think of you all. I remember when you won the last time you played in Cromwell and brought your beautiful family out for the award and the closeness of you all was evident. Stay positive
    Cape Cod, Mass.

  • comment  Pamela Wiebe Says:

    Phil…my thoughts and prayers are with you as you support the two most important women in your life. I am sure they are comforted by you. I will walk the 60 km Walk to end breast cancer in Toronto in September and Amy along with your mother, Mary will be in my thoughts as I walk.
    God Bless you and keep the faith….

  • comment  Kristy Laur Says:

    Dear Phil and family,
    When I first heard about Amy’s diagnosis, I was sincerely saddened. I have seen you play golf live in tournaments in California and have seen Amy in the gallery. And just today I heard about your Mom! Phil, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this very difficult and emotional time in your life. God has blessed you and your family, and He will continue to bless you through your journey! I wear my pink ribbon everyday! I just so happen to have to 2 pink ribbons that I will dedicate to Amy and your Mom! Be strong and know the world is supporting your whole family.
    Newbury Park, CA

  • Prayers and positive thoughts for Phil and Family!

  • Your devoted fans all miss your shining presence at Turnberry, but we also admire your devotion to wife and mother. As the sister of a survivor, I am optimistic about the battle and your likelihood of success. You and your family are in our prayers.

  • comment  Sandra Demilio Says:

    Amy- I am so upset for you and your family. Our family has been through what you are going through. Be strong Amy- I have seen you at the matches with your beautiful children and I can tell you have the strength to get through this. It is so unfair for you Phil and your children. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Phil I know you will help bring awareness to find the cure!!
    Regards, Sandy..sister of Leslie Vance

  • comment  Jane Johnson Says:

    Mr. Mickelson:
    I hope everything is going smoothly for you wife and mother. I too was diagnosed with breast cancer 11/2 years ago and am now cancer free. It did spread into my nodes and I had to have a double mastectomy. The chemo was a little tough but I am stronger and healthier than ever. I know your family will be the same in another year. I do have a very large favor. My son in law is dying of cancer. He was given three weeks 5 months ago and is still going pretty strong considering. If you are going to be in the PGA could we bring him to you possibly one day so he can shake your hand. He thinks you are the greatest. We only pray that he will still be with us then. My husband and I have tickets and would bring him along. It would be the greatest. Best of luck to you and your family. Our prayers are with you. Prayers go a very long way. Thanks.

  • Phil,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, you have been inpirational to so many people with your golf and now with your dedication to your family. You are undoubtably a very strong and caring person best wishes.

    Dan H

  • comment  Robin & Doug Says:

    Our thoughts are prayers are with the entire Mickelson family. We know God is in control and he will give you peace and comfort during these times. Phil you will be greatly missed at the upcoming tournaments but admire you for your dedication to your wife and mother.

  • comment  sarah and steve sisco Says:

    dear phil and the whole mickelson family our hearts and prayers are will you all at this trying time never give up hope and wishing all turns out well

  • comment  Glenys Says:

    Best wishes to all your family Phil. We cannot begin to understand the anguish you must feel but know that taking time out iwth your family is the wasy to see this through. Remember however, to take care of yourself as well as Amy and your Mum Mary will need that strength to help with their fight. May they both be recovering well soon.

  • comment  Dick Musial Says:

    You’ve chosen the top cancer hospital in the U.S. Luck to both of them. They will be well cared for and treated with the best of concern

  • comment  Duke Stojanovich Says:

    Phil and Family

    My most sincere wishes for a healthy recovery and a long life of happiness.

  • comment  Duke Stojanovich Says:

    Phil and Family
    My most sincere wishes for a speedy and Healthy recovery!

  • comment  The Herring Family Says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you, your lovely wife and mother during this most difficult time. I’ve had a niece, 2 dear friends and my beautician go through breast cancer over the past few years. The support they received and continue to receive has kept them going. You have 3 beautiful children. We were at Pinehurst the year you were waiting for that beeper to go off for the first one!! We pray that all will go well for your wife and mother with their treatment and recovery.

  • comment  Suzanne Taubert Says:

    Phil, please know that as scary as breast cancer can be, oddly enough, a great deal of good comes out of it. You learn that people you never knew would care and are willing to pray for you. You learn how precious life can be and how brave your loved ones are. Watching their anxiety is the worst part. It’s been six years for me and every day has been precious. I continue to pray for you…and your family as others did for me. Life is given perspective.

  • comment  Marie Giblin Anderson Says:


    I couldnt imagine how difficult it has been to stay positive and hold your head high during such a private but public diagnosis. I know Tina has said many times that your family is so strong. I have been praying for your wife and now your Mom. This time will only strengthen your love and total committment for your wife, your Mom, your children and everyone else in your immediate and extended family. COntinued prayers and speedy recoveries~

    Bob, Marie and Joseph

  • comment  Danny Brackett Says:

    My prayers to the entire Mickleson family. Missed seeing Phil at British Open. God speed!

  • comment  Kathy Jo Opperud Says:

    My thoughts and prayers to all of you. As a five year survivor myself, trust me when I say a positive attitude and faith will get you through this. It is a bump in the road of life. I never look back; just forward to a wonderful life. And this is what Amy and your mom have to look forward to! Sending postiive thoughts and prayers your way.

  • comment  Ron Patrick Says:


    I will be praying for your family. The Lord is able to heal completely.


  • comment  Janet Attaway Says:

    Dear Mickelson,

    As a breast cancer survivor of two plus years, I know personally what God leads us to he leads us through. I never felt closer to God and knew angels were carrying me. I could not have gone through it without Him or them. I pray that you too have given this up to God and that your experience will be as faith strengthening as mine. May God bless and protect you.

    Janet Attaway

  • Dear Phil and family,
    I want to express my heartfelt sorrow for this news. I do have family members that have sailed through breast cancer and I will pray you have the same success. Phil, God bless you for being the family person you are.
    Doris Gregston

  • we find it so hard to understand why so many “mis-fortunate” and/or “bad things” happen to such nice people.”it” just,sometimes happens.We’ve followed your great career with much joy and occasional disappointment;however,you’ve always had “some inner strengh “that permitted you to exemplify that on and off the course (in THOUGHT WORDS AND DEEDS).and in reward for same…by keeping those enviable traits and the prayers of support from millions of fans the world over;we and they wish a speedy recovery to both,beautiful Amy and your beloved mother.You and family are on our minds and in our prayers.You are a winner,Phil.You and family will win this battle.God bless you…everyone. Affectionately,John and Diane Cullen

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  • comment  Boying Says:

    I am a fan of Phil and a cancer survivor myself. If I were able to make it, so will Amy and your mother. God bless you

  • I know many people have said pretty much the same thing, but as a fan, I would like to add mine. I think of you and your ladies all the time, and if thinking would make them get well, I would do it 24/7. Please stay strong, all of you. You are a winner at golf and you will be the winner in this battle. My best to you, Amy and Mary. We love you all.

  • Mickelson Family,
    Just a quick note to let you know that your family is in our thoughts and prayers. We wish your family the best, and know you will come out of this battle stronger than ever. Much love.

  • comment  Steve Gottfried Says:


    Good luck with everything thats going on in your life. You always brought a great attitude and smile to everything you did. I pray that smile will be with you in the future and that Amy and your mother will be healthy.

  • comment  Leroy Bolden Says:

    To Phil, Amy and Phil’s mother: Please know this, God is in the midst of it all. We may not like the process, but in all things He works for our good. This come to you from a man and wife who are both cancer survivors. Keep your prayers in the short grass and He will see you out of the rough.

  • comment  Linda Goberdhan Says:

    To The Mickelson Family
    My prayers & thoughts are with you, your beautiful wife & mother.
    May God’s Love be with you to conquer this battle & come out healthy & strong.


  • Best wishs to mom and Amy. God’s peace to each of you’ll.

  • comment  Beverly Says:


    My husband’s and my prayers are with you and your family. My husband worked with your father at Republic Airlines and we have met your whole family at the many golf tournaments held by Republic every June in Hawaii.

    May God’s blessings me on all of you.

    Beverly & Uel Carter

  • comment  Marylynne Says:

    Mary and Amy, you are in my thoughts and in my prayers!

    God Bless
    Marylynne Lawrence

  • comment  Jason Eastlund Says:

    Dear Mickelson’s,
    Sometimes bad things happen to good people. It is in these times that a deeper level of faith can develop. These circumstances are very sad but you will find true spirituality. You have the gift of desperation that will produce a faith that moves mountains.

  • comment  Mary Milner Says:

    Amy, Phil, and Family,

    Our hearts just break with all the things your family is going through at this time, but we rejoice at how you have put yourselves out there for people to be able to see and talk to, to be able to let you know how much you are cared for. Phil, I am also so sorry about your mother’s diagnosis, but I pray that God will heal both Amy and Mary, and that through this they will be able to reach out and help other women going through the same thing. I lost my mother to breast cancer January 25, 1991. I was 32 years old with two young children. To say the least I was devastated, but I know that God is in control, and I trusted Him to get me through, and He did and still does. I know that I have not truly lost her, as I know where she is. So many advances have been made since then, and I believe that if God wills you precious ladies will come out on top. I would just like you to know that our family holds yours in prayer. God truly is in control. Trust Him.

    Mary Milner and Family
    Waynesville, NC

  • comment  Tom Tupps Says:

    Phil: My wife and I were just wondering how Amy and your Mom are doing. We want you to know they are in our prayers for healing. We admire you for demonstrating to the world the importance of family over anything else. Golf will always be there for you so spend as much time with Amy and your Mom as you can. It will strengthen them.

  • Dear Phil, Amy and Mary,
    You have been my thoughts and prayers since I heard about Amy and Mary. I am a six year servivor. I was diagnosed in July of 2003
    In October of 2003 Phil you were playing and Innesbrook in Florida we had just moved to Florida from Michigan for me to start my treatments of six chemo’s and I can’t remember how many radiation treatments. I had stage two Breast Cancer. God made me strong and helped me threw it, I know he will do the same for you, stay postive and the two of you will do well. Phil I am a true fan of yours and I looked forward to you playing again. God Bless you all.

  • comment  Susan Latt Says:

    I was diagnosed in Feb. 2009. I continue to receive treatment.
    We are all survivors !!!.
    I hope and Pray that Amy and Mary have received all the LOVE and Prayers that I did.
    Please know that They are in my Prayers and Thoughts !!

    God Bless.

  • comment  Marsha Clift Says:

    The tour definitely misses you Phil- it just isnt as much fun to watch since you’ve been gone. BUT your absence is understood and my best to those wonderful women in your life, your mom and Amy. Having you beside them I’m sure has been the best medicine. We will see you when your family is feeling 100% again!

  • comment  Candace Says:


    Each day since I heard that Amy and your mom Mary have been diagnosed with breast cancer, I have thought about you and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Three years ago, I was given 4-6 months with ovarian cancer. You will note that I am still hacking my way up the fairway….. I will continue to keep you and yours in my prayers.

  • Phil,
    Thoughts and prayers are with you, Amy and your Mother in this very difficult time for all of you. We watch you play such awesome golf and then see you give so much of yourself to your family. It is wonderful. We love you on the course and off. Continued success to you and speedy recovery to Amy and Mary. We MISS YOU.

  • comment  DebandNeil Says:

    Phil…….our thoughts and prayers are with. Wishing a speedy recovery for both your mother and wife. Your are an ausome guy and miss you on the golf course. All the best and good luck to you and your love ones.

  • comment  Ellen Zerah Says:

    Phil & Amy my husband & I have been praying for you since the news was announced. We saw you at the US Open, I wore all pink that day & even got a thumbs up from Phil! Wanted to let you know about a wonderful fundraising event coming up next month at Bethpage Carlyle on the Green. Would be an amazing treat to see you guys there! Here is the link. http://factfoundation.org/upcoming.asp
    Best regards from a true fan,
    Ellen Zerah

  • Dear Amy and Mary,
    I”m late in finding out about your illness. God bless you and my prayers are with you. I have just finished watching Phil win the Fed Ex tournament and that is where I found out about you. I have had cancer too. I have recently researched Resvertrol. It is showing great promise for curing many diseases. I use it now myself. It will soon be available in a anti ageing drink called Nutra Resveratrol. Check it outand ask myour care givers.
    Best wishes to you both.

  • First of all i am very sorry that your wife and mother have had to go through cancer at the same time and I wish them both the best. I am also going through the same thing in my family. My wife Gail and my 3 month old grandson Nathan Moran have both been diagnosed with cancer. My wife has adenocarcinoma of unknown primary and my grandson has rhabdomyosarcoma. Both of them have just began chemo treatments. My grandson cannot have any type of surgery at this time due to the cancer involving his spine and nerves of the spine. He spent 9 day at UVA Hospital and may soon go to Sloan Ketering Inst for Cancer i New York, New York. This maybe his only hope. Please keep us in your thoughts and prayers and we will continue to pray for your family.
    Thanks Steve Ferrell

  • comment  cranker Says:

    Phil know this , your mom and wife are in our prayer’s , we are praying for both of them and you too phil, as it is very very hard on you also , I know you want to take that illness away from them both and take it into your self but that’s only cause you love them both so much and yet you know that’s not ever going to happen , the same as it was for my poor pammy, Phil we will continue to pray for Amy and Mary to be healed by our lord and God , Know through our prayer’s and god any thing is possible , im flat out proof of that , thank you phil for the signed 8×10 you sent during our terrible time in our life , i didnt think i’d even be here today to even enjoy, yet it was so uplifting at the time only through a lot of prayers and the lords love I get to enjoy it today ,there is a lot of hope out there and a lot of people praying for you and amy and mary so have absolute faith Amy and Mary will both have the same done for them both by our lord god almighty . I’ve always been a good decent man but i did more than my share of sinning in my life and the lord still stepped in on my behalf ,why i dont know ,maybe it was me being humbled so many times or the 3 grandkids that came after that or the church members prayer’s or my pammy’s prayer’s all i know is the lord did so the lord sure can do the same for you all . sincerely Mr Holifield

  • Our prayers are with you and your family, hope by this time they both are doing well.

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