This article is part of our Weekly Recap series.We'll never really know where Phil Mickelson could've stood in the pantheon of all-time golf greats. In many ways, he was unfortunate to come along in the era of Tiger Woods, for obvious reasons. In other ways, he was very fortunate – purses increased exponentially thanks to Woods, and Mickelson is one of the richest athletes in the world.
In fact, by winning the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in a two-hole Monday finish, Mickelson surpassed $90 million in PGA Tour earnings. He's made a lot more than that in endorsements. But as for where he ranks among the sport's best, of which he surely is one, Mickelson's 44th career PGA Tour win moved him within one of Walter Hagen for eighth all-time. Then comes Billy Casper at 51, and any serious golf fan can name the top-six (but we'll name them later).
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