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Phil Mickelson Makes History

Phil Mickelson made History this weekend at the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island. While many of the best Players in the World struggled to play against the shifting winds, the old man lifted the Wanamaker Trophy for the PGA Championship.

Phil Mickelson at the age of 50 is now the oldest Player ever to Win a Major Tournament. This Championship marks the lefty’s 6th Major Win, his 2nd PGA Championship. The first one was back in 2005. Mickelson has Won both the PGA Championship and Master twice. South Carolina hosted the largest crowd since the return from COVID-19. Everyone was on Phil’s side this weekend as we witness greatness. In the words of Jim Nants, Phil defeats Father Time.

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