How many Majors has Phil Mickelson won?

Phil Mickelson has 6 major championships (3 Masters, 2 PGA Championship, and 1 Open Championship)

More about Phil Mickelson's Major Wins

Phil Mickelson dominated at the amateur ranks before turning professional. He played golf at Arizona State where he won 16 college tournaments, 3 individual NCAA titles, and 3 Haskins Awards (best college player in the country). He even won a PGA tour event while still being an amateur (Northern Telecom Open – 1991).

Known for his aggressive style, Phil’s winning didn’t stop once he turned pro. As of March 2021, he has racked up 44 PGA tour wins and has started to dabble on the Champions tour where he won his first two events.

You can argue Phil is one of the top 10 players of all-time. The only thing missing from his resume is a US Open victory, where he has been very close to winning several times.

2004 Masters Tournament

Phil Mickelson won his first major championship by one stroke over runner-up Ernie Els.

He was 33 at the time.

The winner's share was $1,170,000.

2005 PGA Championship

The 2005 PGA Championship was played at the Baltusrol Golf Club Lower Course in Springfield, New Jersey.

Phil Mickelson won the 2005 PGA Championship one shot ahead of runners up Steve Elkington and Thomas Bjørn.

The winner's share was $1,170,000.

2006 Masters Tournament

Phil Mickelson won the 2006 Masters two strokes ahead of runner-up Tim Clark.

The winner's share was $7,000,000.

2010 Masters Tournament

Phil Mickelson won the 2010 Masters Tournament three shots ahead of runner-up Lee Westwood.

The winner's share was $1,350,000

2013 Open Championship

The 2013 Open Championship was played at Muirfield Golf Links in Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland.

Phil Mickelson won the 2013 Open Championship three strokes ahead of runner-up Henrik Stenson.

The winner’s share was $1,442,826.

2021 PGA Championship

The 2012 PGA Championship was played in South Carolina at Kiawah Island Golf Resort's Ocean Course on Kiawah Island.

Phil Mickelson won the 2012 PGA Championship two strokes ahead of runners-up Brooks Koepka and Louis Oosthuizen.

The winner’s share was $2,160,000.

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