Phil Mickelson - Profile
Phil Mickelson: Looking to land sixth major.
Not at his best in 2014 but the mercurial left-hander could still have several more majors in him.
* Five-time major winner: 2004 Masters, 2005 USPGA, 2006 Masters, 2010 Masters, 2013 Open. Needs US Open win to complete career Grand Slam.
* Has finished second in the US Open six times (1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2009 and 2013).
* Two World Golf Championship wins: 2009 Cadillac Championship, 2009 HSBC Champions.
* 42 PGA Tour wins. First as an amateur at the 1991 Northern Telecom Open.
* Has spent over 750 weeks in the world's top 10 but has never been world No.1.
* US PGA record: One win (Baltusrol 2005) and seven other top 10s.
* Made top 10 in two previous US PGAs at Valhalla: T8 in 1996 and T9 in 2000.
- Nationality: USA
- Date Of Birth: 16/06/1970
- Birth Place: San Diego, California
- Height: 6ft 3
|2016||TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola||22||74+72+69+66||281||281|
|2016||Deutsche Bank Championship||CUT||75+72||147||147|
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Phil Mickelson News
Americans Scott Brown and Andrew Loupe shared the lead after the first round of the Farmers Insurance Open.
The Presidents Cup captains have announced their picks to join their respective teams for next month's contest.
Phil Mickelson has praised Jordan Spieth's loyalty after the world No 2 honoured his John Deere Classic commitment.
Henrik Stenson and Dustin Johnson were among the players left baffled and confused by golf's newest reporter in Abu Dhabi.
Bryson DeChambeau is renowned for his unusual approach to the game, and his new putting technique raised more eyebrows.
Four of the world's top golfers were treated to a mixing masterclass from TV and radio personality Reggie Yates in Abu Dhabi