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Phil Mickelson is having a rough time at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am right now. He is at a -1 after three rounds, including a triple bogey snowman (8) on the 18th hole. He is tied for 56th place. He also fell down on his butt on live television.
Super-Rich Guy Phil Mickelson Apologizes For Complaining About All Those Taxes He Has To Pay For Being Super Rich
Phil Mickelson — who made over $60.5 million last year for swinging a golf club, according to Sports Illustrated* — has doubled back on comments he made yesterday regarding the oppressive taxing his income has received. Phil attempts to save par, after the jump.
Phil Mickelson is a wealthy, wealthy man. Why he would mess up the living he makes in any way is beyond comprehension, but he’s planning what he calls “drastic changes” to his career. Well, when you make as much as Phil does, in the place he makes it, maybe your tax bracket would have you thinking the same thing.
Next week’s Monday Night Football halftime show isn’t your run-of-the-mill fan completing a relatively simple task for a gargantuan prize – it’s spiced up with some celebrity and extra dollars. According to Devil Ball Golf, the October 15th Monday Night Football matchup between the San Diego Chargers and Denver Broncos will also put Phil Mickelson’s golf skills to the test.
Keegan Bradley and Phil Mickelson defeated Sergio Garcia and Luke Donald of the European team in the Ryder Cup today thanks to some end-of-match drama. Bradley, as you can see above, nailed a long putt to secure the win, and Mickelson and Bradley celebrated with a “Let’s concentrate so we don’t miss” waist-high high-five. But the caddy was not about to be upstaged, so he took the pin and started waving it around like a crazy person.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. Is In Jail, But Just Passed Tiger Woods As The World’s Highest-Earning Athlete, So It’s Not All Bad We Guess
Tiger Woods has had yet another up and down week, this time at The Player’s Championship. But it’s not just him. Watch some of the world’s best golfer’s faces as they suffer indignities at the hands of the difficult island green on the 17th hole of the TPC Sawgrass.
Bubba Watson won the Masters in a playoff with Louis Oosthuizen, getting there largely due to birdies on 4 of his last 6 holes. Rarely has a man so happy to win looked so emotional. Watch his sensational approach shot after the jump.
Phil Mickelson roared back in to contention at The Masters today, going on a back-nine birdie-eagle binge that left him one back of the lead, and set him up nicely to make things interesting on Sunday. In the process, he made one announcer go pretty nutty.