PGA Tour Commissioner Has a Message for Phil Mickelson

Phil Mickelson is among the professionals, not playing this week at the Players Championship. The PGA Tour commissioner had something interesting to say about the six-time major championship in a press conference before the event on Tuesday.

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The Lefty is going through a rough patch after his comments on PGA Tour and on the Saudi regime. However, you can not keep Phil out of the limelight even when he is not around.

PGA Tour commissioner talks about Phil Mickelson

Jay said, “The ball is in his court. He has said that he’s stepping away and he wants time for reflection. That’s something that I and we are going to respect and honor. He’s been given that time. When he’s ready to come back to the PGA Tour, we’re going to have that conversation. That’s a conversation I look forward to.”


“He’s inspired a lot of people and helped grow this tour, his tour. So as difficult as it is to read some of the things that were said, ultimately a conversation will be had when he’s ready to have it, and I will be ready to have it, as well.” said Jay

2022 Players Championship prize-money

The prize money at stake this week at the Players Champions ship is the highest in PGA Tour history. The total prize money pool for the event is a whopping $20 million. An increase of $5 million. As a result, the Players champion this week will take a prize money share worth $3.6 million.

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