Tim Mickelson steps down as Phil’s caddie; Phil announces.

Phil Mickelson’s caddie of nearly eight years, Tim Mickelson, has announced his retirement. The decision comes after Tim’s evolving family life with his partner Maranda and their two sons. Mickelson expressed gratitude for the special moments they have shared on and off the course.

When Tim initially became Phil’s caddie, he had recently left his job as the men’s college golf coach at Arizona State to become Jon Rahm’s agent. Under Tim’s guidance, Mickelson secured three PGA Tour wins, including the 2021 PGA Championship. However, since transitioning to LIV Golf two years ago, Mickelson has not seen as much success in the Saudi-backed league. Despite Tim’s impending retirement, Mickelson treasures the experiences they have had together and looks forward to creating more memories in the future.

Although Tim’s replacement has not been revealed, the next LIV Golf event is scheduled for next week at Doral, just outside of Miami. Mickelson will continue to navigate the professional golf world with a new caddie by his side as he competes in upcoming tournaments.

By Samantha Johnson

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