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Phil Mickelson mocked on Twitter the look of the LIV Golf

Phil Mickelson mocked on Twitter the look of the LIV Golf

Phil Mickelson’s latest look hasn’t gone unnoticed by Twitter.

The social media platform had a field day next Mickelson’s appearance on Tuesday night at the LIV Golf Draft event in LondonThe 51-year-old golfer stepped out in a black T-shirt, dark pants and a leather jacket with sleek back hair.

“Why does Phil Mickelson look like he could be cast in the Wild Hogs sequel?” one sarcastic userWhile Post another“philmickelson and djohnsonpga are like late ’90s bad guys wrestling.”

Phil Mickelson attends the LIV Golf Project event on June 7, 2022 in London
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Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson at the LIV Golf event in London on June 7, 2022
Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson at the LIV Golf event in London on June 7, 2022
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Although Mickelson’s appearance also sparked comparisons Starting with Nicolas Cage to me vampire hunterPaige Spiranac had a severe reaction to the low mic, Twitter“Guys when they try to make eye contact with a girl with big boobs.”

Speranak’s latest post about Mickelson Following a previous statement I made this weekexpressing the wish that athletes would talk about the potential role of the financial aspect in their decisions to move to LIV Golf, Both are Mickelson And Dustin Johnson Are nine-digit payment days allegedly banking To play in the Saudi-backed tour.

These detailed statements are disturbing. No one who goes to the LIV tour actually cares about the progress of the game. I wish they just said “because it’s like a ton of money,” I tweeted Monday.

Phil Mickelson walks on stage during the LIV Golf event in London on June 7, 2022
Phil Mickelson walks on stage during the LIV Golf event in London on June 7, 2022
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Phil Mickelson during a training tour before the Saudi International in February 2022
Phil Mickelson during a training tour before the Saudi International in February 2022
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Mickelson is back in the spotlight after controversial comments made by the Saudis earlier this year. He opened his LIV press conference on Wednesday By apologizing for the statements.

“There are a lot of things I regret and I’m sorry for the harm it has done to so many people,” Mickelson said.

Mickelson He may step down publicly in February After he told journalist Alan Shipnock, who was writing an autobiography about the golfer, that Saudis were “scary mothers to get involved with.

We know they were killed [Washington Post reporter Jamal] Khashoggi has an appalling human rights record. They execute people there for being gay. Knowing all this, why am I even thinking about it? Because this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reshape how the PGA Tour works.”

Mickelson released a statement at the time saying he was “deeply sorry” for these “reckless” remarks. He added Wednesday, “I don’t condone human rights abuses at all. Nobody is here… all over the world. I am certainly aware of what happened to Jamal Khashoggi and I think it is terrible.”

Mark Cannizzaro from The Post was the first to report Monday that Mickelson will take part in this week’s inaugural LIV Golf event.

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