Phil Mickelson becomes oldest major winner as he wins enthralling PGA Championship

Phil Mickelson stamped golf history on Sunday, turning into the most seasoned victor of a significant competition with his triumph at the 2021 PGA Championship.

He completed two shots in front of Brooks Koepka and Louis Oosthuizen at Kiawah Island’s Ocean Course, following a magnificent last round execution, completing six-under for the competition.

In succeeding at matured 50, Mickelson outperformed the record recently held by Julius Boros, who won the PGA Championship in 1968 at age 48.

The triumph is the 6th significant title of Mickelson’s long and celebrated profession, with his past PGA Championship coming 16 years prior in 2005.

With his sibling, Tim, as his caddie, Mickelson had the option to finish a surprising rebound story, one which he expectations can move others.

“This is only a mind boggling feeling since I recently accepted that it was conceivable however yet everything was saying it wasn’t. I trust that others find that motivation,” he said in his post-round meeting.

“It may take some additional work, somewhat harder exertion to keep up actually or keep up the abilities, however gosh, is it great eventually, and I’m so grateful to hold this Wanamaker Trophy.”

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