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Phil Mickelson’s sister Tina shares heartwarming text with mom when ‘Lefty’ left for the PGA championship


Phil Mickelson’s sister Tina revealed the conversation she had with her mother when “Lefty” took an historic PGA championship victory.

Tina Mickelson tweeted the text message she received from her mother Mary on Sunday night.

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“Tina, txt Philip and tell him to just join in. Don’t hit bombs or activate calves. Only par. You have to catch him. He won’t listen to his mother, you text him. Hurry up,” Mary Mickelson wrote to Tina .

Tina replied, “I’ll text Tim. He’s the only one Phil will hear today!”

Tim Mickelson, referred to in the exchange, is the brother of Phil and Tina and also the caddy for the professional men’s golfer.

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The exchange between Tina and her mother was picked up on social media, and many fans who watched Phil Mickelson hold Brooks Koepka and Louis Oosthuizen back reacted.

The 50-year-old was the oldest golfer to win a major when he won the PGA championship. The previous record was held by Julius Boros, who won the PGA championship in 1968 at the age of 48.

Mickelson finished the tournament 6 out of 282.

Oosthuizen finished the finals on a 73 and Koepka, who was in the lead after the first hole, finished the round on a 74.

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It was Mickelson’s second PGA championship title. He last won the event in 2005. He has won the major twice in his career.

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