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Live Reporting

Alex Bysouth, Steve Sutcliffe and Paul Higham

All times stated are UK

  1. That's all for now as Mickelson celebrates


    Phew, right that's your lot from a thrilling final day of the US PGA Championship where Phil Mickelson made history.

    See below for exactly how it happened across an enthralling final day and check out all the reaction from Mickelson and across the golfing world.

    Click here for our final round report


    And as the sun sets on Mickelson's triumph, we now turn our attentions to the US Open next month, when he'll be looking to complete the career Grand Slam.

    He couldn't do it again, could he?

    We'll have live text commentary from the US Open at Torrey Pines from 17-20 June - see you then!

  2. Post update

    A walk that will live in the memory....

  3. Can Mickelson complete Grand Slam at US Open?


    "This might be my last win. But I also might go on a bit of a run."

    After this incredible win, could Phil Mickelson finally complete the Grand Slam at next month's US Open?

    Well, the tournament is being held at his home course of Torrey Pines near San Diego - a track he knows inside out and where he's already won three PGA Tour events.

    He was given a special exemption into the event in which he's finished second a record six times - and after this success could he finally go one better?

    We'll have live text commentary right here on the US Open from Torrey Pines from 17-20 June.

  4. 'It started out stressful'

    Tim & Phil Mickelson

    Tim Mickelson speaking on Sky Sports about a last-minute switch: "Honestly this week once we got back to the house we tried to focus on not talking about golf, not watching golf and just doing our own thing.

    "When we got here today, there seemed to be a calm presence about him and it was just another day at the office.

    "It started out stressful, about 20 minutes before we teed off with the last swing with the one-iron, which we had used all week, we cracked the face so I had to run over and get the four wood, which we had not touched since Tuesday.

    "It just clicked this week. We were on the same page with every shot."

  5. Post update

    More from Phil Mickelson speaking to Sky Sports: "I have never experienced anything like that. The fans have given me and all the players an incredible experience and I am so appreciative of this week. Amazing.

    As you get older people say you can't do it. Sure it is a little harder, it takes a little more effort and work but there is no reason why it can't be done.

    "It has been a little bit of extra work practise wise to be able to hit the shots I want."

  6. Post update

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    To think Phil Mickelson won his first PGA Tour event as a 20-year-old amateur in 1991.

    And now 30 years on and approaching his 51st birthday, he has sent out the 'age is just a number' message at the top of professional sport.

  7. Mickelson always believed


    Many thought Phil Mickelson would not be able to win a major again, but he always believed he could if he put the work in, and he showed the young guns how do do it this week.

    “This is just an incredible feeling. I just believed that it was possible yet everything was saying it wasn’t and I hope that others find that inspiration.

    "It may take a little extra work and harder effort to maintain physically or maintain the skills but gosh is it worth it in the end."


    “I just love this game of golf and I love what I do and I love the challenge of competing against such great players.

    "I mean what an incredible player and a tough competitor Brooks Koepka is and to play in the final group with him was an exceptional honour."

  8. 'I believed I had the ability to do it'

    Phil Mickelson

    Phil Mickelson speaking to Sky Sports: "This is just amazing because I believed I had the ability to do it. I have not played the way I knew I could.

    "I have been very frustrated and with the help of my wife Amy and others I have been able to get back to playing golf at the highest level. That was so fulfilling, rewarding and a moment I will cherish forever."

  9. Brothers in arms


    More from Phil Mickelson on having his brother Tim on the bag this week. He also thanks this swing coach.

    "My brother Tim, what a great job he did this week I'm just so appreciative of having him on the bag and being able to share this incredible experience.

    “I also have to thank Andrew Getson who’s taken me from not swinging well to swinging pretty good and I just appreciate all the hard work he’s put in to help me achieve this."

  10. 'Slightly unnerving, but exceptionally awesome'

    Phil Mickelson wins the PGA Championship


    Phil Mickelson on those crowd scenes going down 18:

    “I don’t think I’ve ever had an experience like that. Slightly unnerving, but exceptionally awesome so thank you."

  11. Post update

    Phil Mickelson gave his wife a quick call before getting up to do his bit at the presentation ceremony.

    We'll have the quotes from that very shortly....

  12. 'I am stunned'

    Anthony Wall

    Two-time European Tour winner on BBC Radio 5 live

    I am stunned. I could not be happier. To have such an ambassador win at such an age in the era of young guns and the old boys have done it again.

    It just shows that you can enjoy golf from the age of four to 90. It is great to see so many players congratulate him because they realise what an achievement it is.

  13. Mickelson's magical turnaround

    Mickelson wins the PGA Championship

    Phil Mickelson was barely talked of as a winner at the start of the week.

    His last top-10 finish in a major came when he lost to Henrik Stenson in a thrilling duel for the 2016 Open Championship at Royal Troon.

    And his best result on the PGA Tour in 2021 had been a tie for 21st in the Masters, while a first round of 64 to lead the Wells Fargo Championship on his most recent start was followed by rounds of 75, 76 and 76.

    This has been a magical turnaround.

  14. Post update

    Mickelson wins the PGA Championship

    Absolute goosebumps watching that. Phil Mickelson thrills again.

    What. A. Player.

    He was pretty much regarded as an all-time great anyway, but he joins the likes of Sir Nick Faldo on six majors.

  15. What a fairy tale

    A posse of players are out to embrace Phil Mickelson as he marches off to submit his card.

    At the age of 50 years, 11 months, 7 days, his victory at the 2021 PGA Championship, sees him become the oldest major winner in PGA Tour history.

    It's a sixth major and 45th career Tour title. What a fairy tale.

    Jon Rahm & Phil Mickelson