Mickelson shares moment with family, fans
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. -- When the ball finally fell into the 18th cup, when the crowd finally stopped roaring and the camera shutters stopped clicking, Phil Mickelson had a phone call.
It was the former President George Bush.
Thirty-seven minutes after winning the 87th PGA Championship, thirty-seven minutes after furthering his legacy as one of golf's modern-day greats by completing the first half of the career Grand Slam, Lefty stood on Baltusrol's 18th green and took 15 seconds to speak ...
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