Phil Mickelson is one of the most accomplished golfers in the history of the game, an entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Mickelson has been playing professionally since 1992, is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, and is a five time major champion.
Phil was a three-time NCAA Champion at Arizona State and shares the record for most collegiate wins with Ben Crenshaw. In 1991, Mickelson won the Northern Telecom Open, which was the last time an amateur claimed a victory on the PGA TOUR.
Mickelson has 44 career PGA TOUR wins, which ranks ninth all time. He spent 26 years inside the top 50 of the Official World Golf Rankings (November 1993 to November 2019), the only player in the history of the sport to ever do so. Mickelson has represented the United States in 24 team tournaments, which includes 12 Presidents Cups and 12 Ryder Cups, both American records.
Mickelson also has a strong commitment to giving back through the Phil and Amy Mickelson Foundation. Since its inception in 2004, the Foundation has focused primarily on supporting a variety of youth and family initiatives. Mickelson also founded Birdies for the Brave, the PGA TOUR’s national military outreach initiative, which raises money for a variety of charities supporting the veterans and military families.