Phil Mickelson, who finished second at last week’s Masters, has committed to play in the Wells Fargo Championship at Charlotte’s Quail Hollow Club for a 12th consecutive year.
Although Mickelson has never won the Charlotte tournament, he holds the event record for most top-10 finishes with seven in 11 appearances. His best finishes have been a second in 2010, a third in 2013 and a tie for third in 2007. His $2.6 million is second on the tournament’s all-time money list.
“Phil certainly brings another level of excitement when he enters a tournament and we are grateful he has been a good friend of this tournament, said tournament executive director Kym Hougham in a statement. “During the past eleven years he has supported this event not only by his presence but as an advocate away from Charlotte. His record here has been very consistent and I anticipate he will once again be a factor during the weekend.”
Mickelson’s Masters finish was his best of the season. He’s ranked 18th in the world and has 42 career victories.
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The tournament is scheduled for May 14-17. Among other players who have committed are Adam Scott, as well as 2014 champion J.B. Holmes. Players have until 5 p.m. on May 8 to commit.