‘Excited to Keep Playing’: Days After the Masters, 52-Year-Old Phil Mickelson Reflects on His Unexpected Finish at Augusta National

Phil Mickelson is one of the biggest names on the field when it comes to any tournament he is part of. Being the first one to join LIV Golf, the golf legend might have lost a few fans along the way. But he surely earned back all the respect of golf fans with his epic Masters Tournament finish. In fact, his performance at Augusta National has left a great impact on his own mindset regarding his upcoming tournaments. And with LIV Golf’s Adelaide Event coming up, the golfer recently expressed his excitement straight from Australia!

Mickelson, 52, has been involved in countless controversies throughout his career as a professional golfer. Despite his memorable performances and unforgettable tournament victories on the PGA Tour, the golfer decided to leave behind his legacy and join the all-new LIV Golf League. And fans are well aware of how dedicated Lefty is to promoting and supporting Greg Norman’s circuit.

However, despite all his powerful statements about how good his decision to join the breakaway circuit is, Mickelson hasn’t really had any luck on the new tour yet. But his recent T2 finish at the Masters has given a new ray of hope to all his fans. And not only his supporters, but the golfer himself is now pretty confident about his current form.


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