Phil Mickelson - Profile

Phil Mickelson: Looking to land sixth major.

Phil Mickelson: Looking to land sixth major.

Not at his best in 2014 but the mercurial left-hander could still have several more majors in him.

* Five-time major winner: 2004 Masters, 2005 USPGA, 2006 Masters, 2010 Masters, 2013 Open. Needs US Open win to complete career Grand Slam.

* Has finished second in the US Open six times (1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2009 and 2013).

* Two World Golf Championship wins: 2009 Cadillac Championship, 2009 HSBC Champions.

* 42 PGA Tour wins. First as an amateur at the 1991 Northern Telecom Open.

* Has spent over 750 weeks in the world's top 10 but has never been world No.1.

* US PGA record: One win (Baltusrol 2005) and seven other top 10s.

* Made top 10 in two previous US PGAs at Valhalla: T8 in 1996 and T9 in 2000.

Player Details

  • Nationality: USA
  • Date Of Birth: 16/06/1970
  • Birth Place: San Diego, California
  • Height: 6ft 3
Recent Stroke Play Results
Date Tournament Pos Score Total To Par
2015 U.S. Open T64 69+74+77+73 293 5
2015 FedEx St. Jude Classic T3 68+69+70+65 272 -8
2015 the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide In T65 72+68+78+75 293 5
2015 Wells Fargo T4 71+66+71+68 276 -12
2015 The Players Championship CUT - - -
2015 Masters Tournament T2 70+68+67+69 274 -14
Grand Slam History
US Masters T2-T54T3T2715
US Open T64T28T2T65T54T4T2
The Open Championship -T221-T2T48-
US PGA Championship -2T72T36T19T1273

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