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  • The following year another left-hander, Phil Mickelson, won his first major championship by making a birdie on the final hole to beat Ernie Els by a stroke.Masters Tournament-Wikipedia
  • The 2011 dinner of Phil Mickelson was a Spanish-themed menu in hopes that Seve Ballesteros would attend, but he was too sick to attend and died weeks later.Masters Tournament-Wikipedia
  • Cantlay was also the National Freshman of the Year, winning the Phil Mickelson Award in addition to being the Pac-10 Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year.UCLA Bruins-Wikipedia
  • In February 2008, Phil Mickelson, ranked one of the best golfers in the world, signed a three-year global sponsorship deal with KPMG.KPMG-Wikipedia
  • Since 2010, victories have counted as official wins for PGA Tour members, and as such Phil Mickelson's victory in 2009 is not counted as an official win.WGC-HSBC Champions-Wikipedia
  • The manager of Phil Mickelson and Mark Calcavecchia had earlier announced that the two players would not travel to Europe.Ryder Cup-Wikipedia

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