‘Hard work beats talent everyday of the week, luckily for Phil Mickelson he has both, the now six time Major winner won the PGA Champions yesterday evening the second major of the year and became the oldest golfer to win a major at 50 years of age. What more can you say about Mickelson?
A serious, serious talent and one that Europe should be worried about with the Ryder Cup in the Horizon. Having said that Irish duo Shane Lowry and Padraig Harrington were excellent over the weekend and both finished inside the top ten. The next major will be mid July at The Open where it will be help at Royal Saint Geroge’s a tournament that Shane Lowry will be hoping to defend his title two years later.
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Love this answer from Phil. There is no substitute for hard work. pic.twitter.com/8lFNNCDeh7
— Shooter McGavin (@ShooterMcGavin_) May 24, 2021
Hats off to Padraig Harrington also who finished fifth in the table at 49 years of age, the Dubliner was rolling back the years and shows that his still got plenty to give. We can’t wait for The Ryder Cup this year and of course The Open Championship in July.