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    DraftKings Fantasy Golf Recap: Shake-Up at The Barclays

    The first leg of the FedExCup Playoffs is in the the books and for the third time in four starts, Aussie sensation Jason Day is your winner. Despite the star-studded final leaderboard, however, there were plenty of big names who had horrible weeks at The Barclays, causing thousands of fantasy owners to shake their heads, […] More

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    Must Watch: Mickelson Tries Backwards Flop at The Barclays

    Anytime you go to a PGA Tour event where Phil Mickelson is teeing it up, you’ve got a pretty good chance of seeing something you’ve never seen before. That was again the case at The Barclays on Saturday. On the par-4 18th, Mickelson found himself in a spot of bother trying to complete his third […] More

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    Phil Mickelson News: Lefty Waves to Fans, Slides Down Hill

    Phil Mickelson may not collect major championship No. 6 this week at Whistling Straits, but he has once again proven that he is a man of the people — an undeniable fan favorite everyone loves. Sure, his Saturday 66 moved him into borderline contention and his nine birdies during the round was a major championship […] More

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    Spieth, Thomas Best Mickelson, Fowler at PGA I Bunker Shots

    Welcome to Bunker Shots — Bunker’s Paradise offering of the best of the best that might have missed from the world of golf, social media and pop culture Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas Beat Mickelson, Fowler 1-Up Phil Mickelson is famous for his practice round money matches — it’s an honor amongst players to be invited […] More

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    Pay Up: Is This Phil Mickelson’s Greatest Gambling Story?

    The recent news about Phil Mickelson allegedly having nearly $3 million tied to illegal sports betting was hardly a surprise to those who follow golf. Few things are more legendary around PGA Tour circles than Phil Mickelson’s propensity for gambling and practice round money games. In the wake of the news, of course, famous Mickelson […] More

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    Report: Phil Mickelson Has Nearly $3 Million Tied to Illegal Gambling

    Phil Mickelson is once again in the headlines today — but not for anything he’s done on the golf course lately. According to a report from ESPN’s Outside the Lines, Mickelson transferred $2.75 million over a two year period to an intermediary who has recently been charged in connection with an illegal gambling ring. Mickelson […] More

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    U.S. Open Golf: What We Learned From Round Two

    Now that the second round of the 2015 U.S. Open is in the books, it’s time to reflect on the action and figure out what it all means. Here’s what we learned on Friday: Phil Mickelson (Probably) Won’t Win a U.S. Open After Phil Mickelson began the week with a 1-under 69, just four shots […] More

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    U.S. Open Golf: 10 Players to Watch on Thursday

    The first day of the U.S. Open is always filled with surprises. Early morning rounds produce odd-looking leader boards before giving way to more of the star-studded ones we’re used to seeing. Sometimes, however, guys who go low on Thursday find a way to hang around until the weekend. Here are 10 players to keep […] More

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    U.S. Open Golf: A Look at Lefty’s Six Runner-Up Finishes

    You’ve heard the saying, “always a bridesmaid, never a bride,” right? Well, that’s the perfect way to describe Phil Mickelson’s relationship with the U.S. Open. Six times in his otherwise-illustrious career, Mickelson has come home in second place at our nation’s championship. Some losses have come through no fault of his own and others have […] More

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