Phil Mickelson recently swapped his golf clubs for a baseball bat to help promote the upcoming Women’s PGA Championship.
If you’re wondering what the connection between Mickelson and the Women’s PGA Championship is, look no further than the event’s sponsor, KPMG, which also has a longstanding relationship with the five-time major champion.
On Monday night, Mickelson teamed up with LPGA star Stacy Lewis in Minneapolis, where the venue for the Women’s PGA Championship, Hazeltine, is located, and showed he’s no mug with a baseball bat in hand.
— Phil Mickelson (@PhilMickelson) May 7, 2019
While he didn’t appear to hit any out of the park, Lefty certainly didn’t embarrass himself either.
Mickelson missed the cut at last weekend’s Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow, and will be back in action at Bethpage Black next week for the PGA Championship.
Brooks Koepka and Brooke Henderson walked away with top golfing honours at the ESPY awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Matt Kuchar says having his family members read bad things about him in the press was a bitter pill to swallow.
A whole host of European Ryder Cup stars were joined by their significant others at Wimbledon this week.
Rory McIlroy is chomping at the bit to get to next week’s Open Championship back in his home, Northern Ireland.
Ho Sung Choi’s famous swing is known to turn heads, but it was his head that was doing the turning this week.
Some pranksters at the European Tour thought it would be a good idea to rope some unsuspecting fans into a pretend commentary gig.
Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Justin Rose have all confirmed their participation in the WGC-HSBC Champions in November.
It’s safe to say it hasn’t been the best couple of days for John Daly.
Matt Wallace has vowed to improve his behaviour after receiving plenty of flak for his treatment of caddie Dave McNeilly.
Twenty-year-old Matthew Wolf won the 3M Open on Sunday with an eagle on the final hole in just his third start as a professional.