Phil Mickelson

Resides in San Diego, CA
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 six-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 amassed 57 worldwide wins, including 45 on the PGA Tour (eighth all-time).

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 veterans and military families.

Career Highlights

Member of the World Golf Hall of Fame

45 PGA TOUR Victories

ranks eighth all-time

Other Notable Achievements

Six Major Championships

  • 2021 PGA Championship
  • 2013 Open Championship
  • 2010 Masters Tournament
  • 2006 Masters Tournament
  • 2005 PGA Championship
  • 2004 Masters Tournament

Inside the Top 50 for over 26 Years

  • Mickelson was ranked inside the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking for over 26 years, an all-time record

2021 PGA Championship Winner

  • The oldest player to ever win a major

Member of 12 Presidents Cup & Ryder Cup Teams

  • Both American records

SPORTFIVE Role and commercial opportunities

SPORTFIVE has represented Phil for the entirety of his career. His agent, Steve Loy, first met Phil while Loy was Mickelson’s coach at Arizona State University. Loy continues to be his agent, mentor, and business partner to this day – a relationship that has lasted over 35 years.

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