Phil Mickelson may not have the star power of Tiger Woods or the flashiness of a Rickie Fowler, but that doens't mean Lefty isn't still a force on the course in his 27th season as a pro golfer. In warmups for the 2019 Masters, in which Mickelson will be gunning for his fourth green jacket, the 48-year-old star was practicing with a $100 dollar bill hanging out of his pocket in a move that just oozes coolness.
Phil Mickelson warming up at Augusta with a $100 bill hanging out of his pocket is just too good pic.twitter.com/g4CV6hEI7Z— Riggs (@RiggsBarstool) April 9, 2019
Next to "power move" in the dictionary, you'll find a screen grab from this video.
Mickelson, who has made over $2 million dollars in prize winnings alone this year and has made over $90 million over the course of his career, is no stranger to flaunting his cash on a moment's notice. He's even willing to give people $100 bills to leave him alone at weddings.
This @jakeowen story about going up to Phil Mickelson at Jordan Spieth’s wedding is just a taste of maybe the best interview we’ve ever done. Just unbelievably good stories from this legend.— Riggs (@RiggsBarstool) April 1, 2019
Out tomorrow. Subscribe here so you don’t miss it: https://t.co/iWCoCjTnGo pic.twitter.com/3dhWFtloat
This year's edition of the Masters won't started until Thursday, but Mickelson will end up a winner no matter what he does at Augusta.