Congratulations are in order as popular sports figure Phil Mickelson has won the PGA Championship and has bagged the title of being golf’s oldest major winner! However, this time he has a special person with whom he is sharing the victory as this person has ample contribution toward this impressive win. It is none other than Phil’s older brother Tim Mickelson. Tim Mickelson is all about celebrating Phil’s iconic win and how he trained him for this big day. after the big win, Phil got into the specific details admitting that Tim gave him some tough love while preparing him for the Championship.
Tim Mickelson was caddying for his brother, and it is his third career in the game. Initially, Tim was the men’s golf coach at the University of San Diego for eight long years and then went on to work in his brother’s alma mater, Arizona State. There he worked for five long years, from 2011 to 2016. Tim eventually becomes an agent for one of his players, Jon Rahm, who had all of the makings of the popular he is today. The coach turned agent has again managed to gain head, Inez after being the caddie of PGA Championship winner Phil Mickelson.
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Fans and followers are not accustomed to the fact that Tim was an agent before caddying and worked with Rahm for seventeen months at Lagardère Sports. Believe it or not but his brothers are quite opposite. While Tim is left-handed and plays golf right-handed, Phil is exactly the opposite as he right-handed but plays golf left-handed! Tim Mickelson has an estimated net worth of $1-$9 million!
Tim Mickelson has been an experienced caddy who has spent his fair share of his le as an agent as well. Now, with brother’s big win, fans are curious to know who is the mentor behind this big win at the PGA Championship.
Tim Mickelson Talks About Phil’s Big Win At The PGA Championship
While talking about Phil’s iconic win, his caddy and bother Tim Mickelson explains how he asked him to stop thinking so much. He further revealed when he was asked after the roundabout how he guided and helped Phil’s big achievement at the PGA Championship. As a coach who mentored his way into Phil’s win, Tim has a special message for golfers saying that it is all about the process. Tim posted a heartfelt video that takes the two brothers back in time and how Tim is mentoring Phil. Take a look at this nostalgic video.
I don’t think I’ve changed one bit. 😂🥲 https://t.co/NmO2JGHh17
— Tim Mickelson (@goodwalkspoiled) May 25, 2021
Tim further explains how it is okay to wait for the results, but it is more important to trust the process that will lead one to the promised land! He also further disclosed that he wanted Phil to win more than anything as he has seen how hard Phil works every day, not just at the tournaments but also at home he used to practice every day. It was an extremely emotional moment for Tim as he was almost in tears after the big win.
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While Phil is celebrating his big win along with his caddy and brother Tim Mickelson, he is not the only one who has been a part of the PGA Championship. Earlier Tim Mickelson also played in Buick Invitational back in 1999. Earlier, Tim took a small sabbatical from being a caddie as he has an even more important duty to look into!
The popular caddie celebrated the arrival of his first child this year. He soon took to Twitter to announce the birth of Asher Hayes Mickelson. Tina Mickelson also took to social media and revealed that it was in a family dinner earlier where Phil predicted his big win at the PGA Championship while his brother Tim very much attested to the prophecy. The two brothers have been able to prove that there’s no shortcut to success, and it’s all about the tough love to get to the winning point.