|Birth Day:||June 16, 1970|
|Birth Place:||San Diego, United States|
Endorsements and Earnings: During his career, Phil Mickelson has earned over $90 million in tournament prizes. As of this writing his total career earnings top $800 million.
In a given year he earns around roughly $40 to $50 million, of which $10 million comes from salary and tournament winnings and an astonishing additional comes from $50 million in endorsements. With $87 million in tournament prizes, Mickelson is the second ranked golfer in all-time career tournament winnings behind Tiger Woods who has earned $110 million. He had been #3 in tournament earnings behind Vijay Singh ($70 million) until 2015.
Mickelson's biggest endorsements are with KPMG, ExxonMobil, Titleist, Ford, Enbrel, Callaway, Amgen, Grayhawk, Rolex and Intrepid Financial Partners. After being treated for psoriatic arthritis with the drug Enbrel in 2010, he began endorsing the drug. He had an endorsement with Barclays that spanned 15 years but ended in 2016. Around the same time, he was named by the SEC as a "relief defendant" in an insider trading case. He was not charged with a crime. Between June 2017 and June 2018, Phil Mickelson earned $40 million from salary and endorsements. He earned approximately $50 million in the period between June 2018 and June 2019. That includes the $9 million that he won by defeating Tiger Woods in a head to head matchup.
Real Estate: In 1999 Phil and Amy paid $1.65 million for a home in La Jolla, California. They sold this house in 2012 for $2.745 million.
For many years Phil and his family called Rancho Santa Fe, California home. In 2001 they paid around $6 million for a 4.55-acre property . They listed it for sale in 2008 for a lofty $12.2 million. They ultimately accepted $5.725 million in January 2015.
In January 2020 Phil bought an undeveloped lot in Jupiter, Florida for an undisclosed amount. His nearby neighbors will include Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan.