June 21, 2024
Phil Mickelson

The American golfer, who is competing on the LIV Golf tour, won the Masters in 2004, 2006, and 2010, which guarantees him lifelong invitations to Augusta.
Phil Mickelson is one of the most renowned golfers. He won the Green Jacket at the Masters three times: in 2004, 2006, and 2010. His wins secured him a lifetime exemption, and he is widely regarded as one of the best golfers in the world. In fact, he has the highest number of wins after Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, and Tiger Woods.

This year, Mickelson aims to get closer to his greatest rival, Woods, by winning the trophy for the fourth time after securing the runner-up tie last year. He played exceptionally well during last year’s tournament final day, shooting 7-under and scoring a 65. This was his best round at the Masters in 25 years, and it was a testament to his skill and experience as a golfer.

Phil Mickelson is now 53 years old and is heading into his 31st career appearance at Augusta, where he is seeking his fourth green jacket. He is one of only three golfers in history, along with Nicklaus and Woods, to finish inside the top 5 at least 12 times at Augusta. This is a remarkable achievement and a testament to his consistency and skill as a golfer.

However, repeating his 2023 performance may be difficult for Mickelson. Since winning the Masters in 2010, he has only finished better than T18 three times. He has missed the cut twice during that span and hasn’t had back-to-back top-5 finishes since 2009-2010.

Phil Mickelson, a professional golfer with six major championship titles to his name, recently put in an impressive performance at LIV Jeddah, where he finished tied for sixth place. This achievement marks the best performance that Mickelson has had on the LIV Golf circuit since joining the Saudi-backed golf league in June 2022. Despite finishing seven shots behind the champion, Joaquin Niemann, Mickelson’s top-10 finish was a significant step forward for the golfer, who had struggled to find good form in the breakaway league.

Before his recent success, Mickelson had only achieved three top-10 finishes in LIV Golf events. His previous two top-10 finishes were at Bedminster in 2023 and Chicago the year before. However, his lack of form has raised questions about his future in the league. According to a report by Mickelson’s biographer, Alan Shipnuck, Mickelson’s playing days on the LIV setup could soon be over.

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