Phil Mickelson withdraws from Memorial Tournament, citing mental fatigue


According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, he is not the only famous San Diego athlete looking to do this; now golfer Phil Mickelson could be forming a group to buy his hometown team: The second-leading money-winner in

Phil Mickelson The golfer joined a group of investors who want to buy his hometown San Diego Padres. Mickelson said he is involved with Kevin and Brian O'Malley and their cousins Peter and Tom Seidler, one of five groups trying to buy the team.

It just screams out for Phil Mickelson, doesn't it? The American's been a bit loose from the tee all season, but has made a point of insisting that he's putting better than ever – and that's translated to a host of impressive finishes: five top-tens

It just screams out for Phil Mickelson, doesn't it? The American's been a bit loose from the tee all season, but has made a point of insisting that he's putting better than ever – and that's translated to a host of impressive finishes: five top-tens

IRVING, Texas — Phil Mickelson's tee shot on No. 11, a short par-4 where players can take driver and attempt to hit the green for a momentum-building eagle or birdie, nearly hit a group of fans on the hill Sunday afternoon.

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