Phil Mickelson Seeks Release For LIV Golf Event, Also Registered for PGA, US Open

Phil Mickelson has sought a release from the PGA Tour in order to play the first LIV Golf Invitational Series event outside of London in June.

Mickelson’s agent, Steve Loy, released a statement in which he said the six-time major winner who has not competed in more than two months has also submitted his application for the PGA Championship and US Open.

Tiger Woods was also on the list of players who registered to play the PGA Championship next month at Southern Hills in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

“Our client client Phil Mickelson is officially registered to play in the PGA Championship as well as the US Open, ” said Loy, who is co-president of the agency SPORTFIVE and Mickelson’s long-time agent. “We have also filed a request on his behalf di lui for a release to play in the first LIV Golf Invitational in London, June 9-11. This request complies with the deadline of April 25 set forth by the PGA Tour to compete in a conflicting tour event.


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