Phil Mickelson Confesses To His Longing For Love

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Phil Mickelson, the renowned six-time major winner, is reportedly considering a return to the PGA Tour amid the recent merger between the PGA Tour, DP World Tour, and LIV Golf. Despite his previous criticism of the PGA Tour after joining LIV Golf, Mickelson’s potential return has stirred speculation and excitement within the golfing community.

The PGA Tour’s agreement with the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia (PIF) has triggered discussions about the potential reintegration of players from both tours. Mickelson’s biographer, Alan Shipnuck, expressed the belief that Mickelson might be drawn back to certain PGA Tour events, including those in his hometown of San Diego, Phoenix, and Pebble Beach.

Despite Mickelson’s prior outspoken criticism of the Saudis, referring to them as ‘scary motherf*****s’, he had previously cited the opportunity to gain ‘leverage’ over the PGA Tour as a motivating factor for joining LIV Golf. Nonetheless, the longing for the adulation of the crowds, particularly seen during his resurgence at this year’s Masters, seems to be a driving force behind his potential reconsideration of a return to the PGA Tour.

The possibility of Mickelson’s return has reignited discussions about the ongoing power struggles and controversies within the world of golf, with fans and analysts eagerly anticipating his next move.

Stay updated for more developments on this intriguing story.

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