Phil Mickelson Golf Books
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Phil Mickelson was born June 16, 1970 in San Diego, California to
parents Phil Mickelson Sr and Mary Mickelson. Although Phil is actually
right handed he learned to swing the club left handed by watching his
right handed father's golf swing and mirroring it.
He attended the Arizona State University where he captured 3 NCAA
individual Championships and three Haskins Awards. He was the second
collegiate golfer to earn first-team All-American honors all four years
he was there, until his graduation in 1992. He became the first
left-hander to win the U.S. Amateur title in 1990 and won his first
Tour event as an amateur at the 1991 Northern Telecom Open, perhaps his
Phil Mickelson turned pro in 1992 and since then has won many PGA Tour
events, but for many years he was described as the 'best player never
to win a Major'. But finally he got that monkey off his back when he
sank an 18 footer on the last at Augusta to win the 2004 Masters and
has gone on to win a further 3 Major Championship titles.
Although Phil Mickelson is recognized for having a very powerful and
extremely good all round game, he is most notably recognized for his
exceptional skills & talents around the green, earning him the
reputation amongst the golfing world as having one of the greatest
short games ever. There are some wonderful Phil Mickelson Books
available, but if you want to improve your short game, then his
'Secrets Of The Short Game' golf book is an absolute must have!
Magical Sunday by Phil Mickelson
For years Mickelson symbolized the classic runner up in the world of
golf, always placing near the top of every tournament and always near
the top of the money list, but never reaching the pinnacle of winning
one of the Majors, that was until he sank an 18 footer on the last hole
to win the 2004 Masters.
takes you on a hole-by-hole journey of that
final day and offers fascinating insights into the methods and mental
approach of pro golfers. All of the 18 chapters offer detailed
descriptions of how he played each hole at Augusta, along with
interesting stories about his life and family.
Of The Short Game by Phil Mickelson
50 yards in, there is no golfer in history that has demonstrated more
talent, flair, creativity and precision, or generated more raw
excitement, than the great man himself, Phil Mickelson. His ability
with the sand wedge and putter are legendary, not only amongst his
fans, but with his peers as well.
His talent with these clubs are the primary reason for his 34
tournaments wins, including 3 major championships. 'Secrets
Of The Short Game'
does a fantastic job of conveying his
unmatched skills, and is a must have if you are looking to add a little
more excitement and imagination to your short game!
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