Mickelson gains some ground but loses the war

Phil Mickelson's creativity is only as good as his ability to execute the shot, much like his approach to the game of golf.

Mickelson has a reason to feel a little vindicated by the radical and quick adjustments the PGA Tour is undergoing. 

The plan, according to him, is for the best players to battle against one another up to 17 times, maybe more, for an average prize pool of $20 million.

Mickelson won't be a part of the ideal PGA Tour concept. His tour membership will not be extended for the current year.

The antitrust case filed against the PGA Tour that has sparked so much hostility contains his name as the first defendant mentioned. 

He portrays the Saudi-funded disruption in golf just as well as Greg Norman.

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