|Full Name||Philip Alfred Mickelson|
|Birth Name||Philip Alfred Mickelson|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Father Name||Phil Mickelson Sr.|
|Father Profession||Naval Aviator|
|Mother Name||Mary Mickelson|
|No Of Children||3|
|Awards||Best Championship Performance ESPY Award(200),Best Male Golfer ESPY Award 2010 and 2004|
|Education||Arizona State University Graduate in 1992|
|Date of Birth||June 16,1970|
Philip Alfred Mickelson, shortly known as Phil Mickelson, nicknamed Lefty, is a professional American golfer, best recognized for winning more than 44 PGA tournaments.
Phil Mickelson is among the skillful professional golfer in America. His trademark triumphs in 44 events include; five major championships: three Masters titles (2004, 2006, 2010), a PGA Championship (2005), and an Open Championship (2013), which has made him quite popular among the golf lovers.
Moreover, Mickelson is also popular on social media. He has over 906k followers on Instagram, over 548.8k followers on Twitter, and over 71k followers on Facebook Page.
Phil Mickelson was born on the 16th of June, 1970, in San Diego, California, and grew up in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Mickelson is among three children born to Phil Mickelson Sr., who served as a naval aviator, before working as an airline pilot, and mother Mary Mickelson.
Since childhood, Phil was interested in golf. Phil’s parents recall that he would move from home to the nearest golf course for practice.
Phil always was right-handed but played golf with his left-hand because he followed his father who played with his right hand.
Even before he started school, Phil had already started playing golf. His father’s profession gave him enough time to play golf beside him. Phil proceeded to play golf completely throughout his high school days.
After completion of graduation from high school, Phil Mickelson went to study at Arizona State University on a golf scholarship.
In college, Mickelson had a very pleasant outing. During his sophomore year, he led his Arizona Sun Devil to obtain the NCAA title.
The same year, he won the NCAA individual title and later, moved on to take the title in his last two years in college and also obtained the U.S. Amateur golf title as well.
During his NCAA individual title wins, Mickelson was awarded the Haskins Award which was presented as best college golfer in the country.
During his time in college, Mickelson always was an All-American honoree. During his third year in college, Mickelson won the Northern Telecom Open, which was his first PGA Tour event. Phil completed his college career with 16 tournaments wins.
After completing his college, Mickelson turned Pro in 1992. During his first 11 years in his professional golf career, Mickelson performed excellently for winning several PGA events.
In his early days, he registered wins in 1996 World Series of Golf and Byron Nelson Golf Classic wins, his 1998 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, his 2000 Colonial National Invitation, and Buick Invitational, and his 2001 and 2002 Greater Hartford Open, despite failing to win a major.
Only in 2004, he won his first major after winning the Masters. Following a dismal play in the Ryder Cup, Mickelson got his second major in 2005, the PGA Championship.
Phil’s 2006 Masters victory, ranked him to the 2nd place in the Official Golf rankings. During the 2006 US Open, intellectuals were assured that Mickelson would obtain a third successive major win, but it shocked everyone after he didn’t win.
In 2007, Mickelson replaced his swing coach with Butch Harmon, Tiger Woods ex-coach. Phil then persisted on to obtain the Players Championship and the Deutsche Bank Championship.
With his retirement since the third FedExCup playoff event of 2007, he moved on to claim the 2008 Crowne Plaza Invitational as well.
Concerning his performance over plenty of years, Mickelson was honored with induction as the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame. In 2009, Phil acquired his first golf event of the year, the Northern Trust Open.
Due to Phil’s wife’s breast cancer, Mickelson stated that he’ll suspend his PGA tour indefinitely. On May 31, he, though, announced his return to performance following the clarification about his wife’s cancer detection being early.
In July, his mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, which led him to suspend his PGA tour. In August, he returned in action, winning the Tour Championship and also the WGC-HSBC Champions.
In April 2010, Phil achieved his third Masters. With the PGA Championship was near to start, Phil was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, which led him to switch to a vegetarian diet.
After overcoming the Shell Houston Open in 2011, Mickelson won the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, his 40th PGA victory in 2012.
In 2013, he obtained the British Open, which was his fifth major title. From 2013 to 2015, he struggled in his performance, which led him to change the swing coach to Andrew Getson.
In 2018, he finally obtained a major title since 2013, the WGC-Mexico Championship. In November 2018, Phil defeated Tiger Woods to win the Capital One’s The Match, a Pay-per-view boxers event that granted him a payment of a $9,000,000 as for winning.
Later in 2019, He began, by obtaining the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am title.
50 years old Phil Mickelson has an estimated net worth above $375 million. He earned such huge wealth as a professional golfer.
Moreover, he is also listed among the top ten highest-earning golfers ranking #3, according to a worldwide golf website.
Furthermore, Here are some facts relating to Phil Mickelson net worth:
|Estimated Net Worth in 2020(Till June)||+$375 million|
|Last Year's Net Worth (2019)||$375 million|
|Yearly Income||$43.5 million|
|Source of Income||Golfer(profession)|
Moreover, In 2009, Amy was diagnosed with breast cancer but made enough recovery from treatments to observe Mickelson's 2010 Masters win in person.
|Height||6 feet 3 inches|
What's Phil Mickelson’s nationality?
Phil Mickelson’s nationality is American by birth.
What is Phil Mickelson’s profession?
Phil Mickelson is a pro-golfer.
What is Phil Mickelson’s height?
Phil Mickelson is 6 feet 3 inches / 191 cm tall, left-handed golfer.