Golf News Headlines: Why Do We All Love Phil Mickelson?

Golf News Headlines: Why Do We All Love Phil Mickelson?

Everybody just loves Phil Mickelson. It is hard not to. This is the complete story.  Twenty years past, Phil Mickelson, a golfer, championed the invitational competition on the WGC-Bridgestone in Firestone South. The only problem was the golf field was not as strong as it is, and it was termed as World Series of NEC of Golf during that time, according to golf news.

He was only six that time twenty six during that time and he was already a champion for six times already on the tour in the PGA, with one time as a neophyte. In a column taken after the last round in the year 1996, I just declared that Phil Mickelson definitely was PGA Tour’s “Great Player.”

On the other hand, Tiger Woods, another well known golf player was converted to professional later the same week just after attaining his third consecutive straight United States Amateur. The status of Phil Mickelson as being the next promising man who is up for green jerseys and the Claret Jug seemingly deemed to last for one day or a couple of days. Phil Mickelson got to shoot a three-over-par for 73 last Thursday during the opening stint in the Bridgestone. William McGirt, a memorial tournament champion heads the game, garnering a 6 as opposed to a 64.

Ever the same guy, Phil Mickelson and not the damaged and the scandal-beleaguered Tiger Woods, is still stuck out in the open during the tour of the PGA. Today, Mickelson is already forty six years of age. He is a renowned champion of five legendary majors. Mickelson is considered a United States citizen only. This is an opening in the slam of the career. He has been considered a huge winner for an amazing forty two times for all of the entire tour of the PGA, the best-time ninth championship.

The most recent situation that can be recorded as a historical point was Mickelson’s double bogey-6 coming from a bunker last Thursday. A swing failure, which resulted to a bad bounce off one tree that which put Phil Mickelson on the sea. In the beach, he made an uncomfortable lie, straddling the ball of the opponent, Louis Oosthuizen, his playing partner. It landed right next to Phil’s own ball. Ideas swung round and round in the head of Phil Mickelson. He was contemplating about the heroic shots that he has pulled off on occasion. He also contemplates about those that he actually missed, in the entirety of his eventful career, based on the golf latest news.

However, instead of treating the ball away to the most admirable way, he twice attempted to make a go on the green, the one with the will. Those of the people who were just called in there recalled that the forest of hell for Mickelson on the 18 during the United States Open at the Winged Foot during the period 2006. During the last hole and during the final round, Phil’s one shot lead against his opponent turned out to be another failed chance with one double bogey-6. Phil Mickelson declined to score a halved tee shot right out of trees and uneven terrain. Instead, he simply opted for the green and just slammed the golf ball to deeper trouble and many more irregular terrains with a bad play.

Ideas swung round and round in the head of Phil Mickelson. He was contemplating about the heroic shots that he has pulled off on occasion. He also contemplates about those that he actually missed, in the entirety of his eventful career. He said that instead of just laying one or two of a fairway, he was definitely there in all three. It was like the old Arnie. Probably, he will not realize the hard lessons of endurance and the discipline that comes with it. But if he really does not realize it, daring the play has really turned him into the Arnold Palmer of this generation. Just like Arnie, Phil is also beloved because of his personality, his playing style and his being an ordinary person. However, a person who is a primary short in winning them all is Palmer who did not get the most coveted PGA Championship.

An added major is too improbable today for Phil Mickelson. Arnold Palmer was already finished his championship just after he spent his birthday, celebrating his thirty four years of existence. Based on golf news headlines, Johnny Miller, another player, never really won after reaching the age of thirty five 35.