Quick Facts of Philip Alfred Mickelson

  • Full NamePhilip Alfred Mickelson
  • Date of Birth1970 /06 /16
  • NicknameLefty
  • Marital StatusMarried
  • Birthplace San Diego, California, USA
  • EthnicityPortuguese (Azorean, Madeiran), Italian (Sicilian), Finland-Swedish
  • ReligionAmerican
  • ProfessionGolfer
  • NationalityAmerican
  • Active Year1992
  • Eye colourLight Brown
  • Hair colourLight Brown
  • BuildAthletic
  • Height6 ft 3 inch
  • Weight91kg
  • Education Arizona State University, University of San Diego High School
  • Online PresenceInstagram, Twitter, Facebook
  • Children3
  • Net Worth$180 million

Philip Alfred Mickelson, nicknamed Lefty, is an American professional golfer. Moreover, he has got 42 events on the PGA Tour, covering five major championships: a PGA Championship (2005), three Masters titles (2004, 2006, 2010), and an Open Championship (2013). Not just that, Phil is recognized for both his great achievements and disturbing defeats on the golf course.

Moreover, he is an actor, known for Forbes Celebrity 100: Who Made You? (2008), Who Made Bank? (2006), and HSBC Champions WGC Official Film (2009).Similarly, he falls in American nationality with ethnicity white. He is the son of Philip Mickelson and Mary Mickelson. Likewise, his birth sign is Gemini. Currently, he is 46 years old. Moreover, he has a mixed ethnicity of Portuguese (Azorean, Madeiran), Italian (Sicilian), Finland-Swedish.

Early Life and Education

Returning to his early life, the player put his first step on the earth on June 16, 1970, in San Diego, California, USA.His father was an airline pilot and former naval aviator. Raised in Scottsdale, Arizona, Philip did his schooling over there. Tim Mickelson and Tina Mickelson are his siblings.

Similarly, Mickelson graduated from the University of San Diego High School in 1988 and attended Arizona State University and majored in psychology.


Phil Mickelson inaugurated golfing as a child, moving away from home to the golf course at age 3. Furthermore, his career started in warm when he was at Arizona State, where he obtained three NCAA individual championships and grew only the second collegiate golfer to receive 1st team All-American recognition all four years.