when Phil Mickelson revealed the Turning Point in His Relationship With Tiger Woods

Nobody from the early 2000s can imagine a day when Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods join hands for a friendly charity match. However, that happened; not only once, but they played golf together two times outside the professional tournaments. How did that happen? What changed the relationship between two of the legends of the golf world?


Mickelson had debuted and had already claimed some titles even before Tiger came into the big picture. However, the young talent soon leveled the table and won more, including something Phil couldn’t until many years later, the majors.

Playing in the
same group

 The Team USA also regretted the decision at the 2004 Ryder Cup, when they thought it would be wise to put two of the world’s best golfers in one group

Mickelson explained how
his relationship with
 Tiger changed

“I think our relationship turned around in 2016 when we worked together for the Ryder Cup,” Mickelson said.

working together
As as team

“When we worked together for a common goal, which was to win the Ryder Cup, it brought us closer. I think that was kind of the turning point,” Mickelson added

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