Phil was listed at #16 in Forbes magazine's Celebrity 100 of 2007.
Phil once served as National Co-Chairman for the American Junior Golf Association.
During the 1990s, Phil was one of only four golfers to win more than 12 times on the PGA Tour.
Phil won three NCAA Golf Championships while at Arizona State University.
Phil is still the only left-handed golfer to win a U.S. Amateur championship.
Phil was a 4-time collegiate All-American in golf.
Phil is a 5-time member of the U.S. Ryder Cup team.
Phil is one of only three golfers to win both the NCAA Championship and the U.S. Amateur Championship in the same year. Mickelson did it in 1990. (The other two are Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods.)
Phil's reason for playing golf left-handed is that the only way he would hit the ball is if he mirrored his father's swing.
Phil's first child, daughter Amanda Brynn, was born in June 1999.
Phil is one of the PGA's tallest golfers at 6'2" in height.
Although Phil is known for playing left-handed, he is actually uses his right hand for writing and most other aspects.
In July 2005, Phil's winning his first major was named the 9th "Most Awesome Sports Moment Ever" according to TV Guide.
In 2005, Phil co-authored the book One Magical Sunday (But Winning Isn't Everything).
In 2004, Phil won two ESPY Awards for Best Male Golfer and Best Championship Performance.
For many years, Phil was deemed "the greatest player to never win a major". This ended in 2004.
Phil married Amy McBride on November 16, 1996.
In April 2004, Phil finally won his first PGA major, The Masters.
In 2005, Phil won his second major tournament, the PGA Championship.
Phil's favorite golf club is a Grayhawk Golf Club.
Phil upset fans and pros alike by blowing off the 2005 Tour Championship.
Phil was voted the #8 in GQ's "Most Hated Athletes" in 2006.
Phil's son, Evan, was born in June of 2003.
His second daughter, Sophia, was born October 23 2001.
Forbes magazine estimated his annual income in 2004 at $20 million.
He is the only left handed player to ever shoot a 59 in competition, but as it was at the Grand Slam of Golf in Nov of 2004, which doesn't count as an official event, his 59 isn't in the record books.
He became only the third player to win a major playing left handed.
Due to his popularity, Phil earns more money from endorsements than he does from actual event prize money.
Phil's zodiac sign is Gemini.
Phil won his first PGA tournament in 1991 at the Northern Telecom Open.
Phil made his big-screen acting debut in the 1996 movie Tin Cup.
Although he was born in San Diego, Phil was raised in Arizona.
As of the end of 2005, Phil has had 27 career PGA Tour victories.
As of February 2006, Phil is currently ranked the #4 ranked player in the world.
Phil made his professional debut in 1992.
In 1992, Phil graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Psychology.
Phil now has won 2 major PGA tournaments.