The 50-year-old made history at Kiawah’s Ocean Course, winning his sixth major and second Wanamaker Trophy
By Andrew Beaton
Wall Street Journal
Phil Mickelson fired a wedge through the sand on the Ocean Course’s fifth hole, and the year could have been 2005. It certainly didn’t seem like 2021. There was a packed crowd. There was an eruption for a player whose best days came years ago. And there was Mickelson, club raised in the air and pumping his left fist, as his ball dutifully slid into the hole.
Later came the celebration of something even more improbable than a lone, brilliant shot. Phil Mickelson, at 50 years old, is a major champion once again.
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