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Latest Phil Mickelson Items
Along the humps and hollows of Whistling Straits, against the magnificent backdrop of Lake Michigan, the stage is set for golf's final major championship of the year, the PGA.
Like a lot of 20-somethings, Rory McIlroy is in a hurry to get ahead in the world.
Tiger Woods is feeling much better about his game than he did a few days ago.
Forget chasing the No. 1 ranking. Phil Mickelson was more worried about being able to get out of bed.
Phil Mickelson is being treated for a form of arthritis that surfaced just before the U.S. Open and left him in so much pain he couldn't walk.
Phil Mickelson isn't the only player capable of replacing Tiger Woods at No. 1.
On a day when the two biggest names in golf played like weekend hackers, Hunter Mahan grabbed the lead midway through the final round of the Bridgestone Invitational and refused to let go.
No one seems to know exactly what's wrong, least of all Tiger Woods.
Despite the highest score of his career, Tiger Woods will stay No. 1 in the world for another week.