Phil Mickelson surged up the leaderboard on Sunday at the 142nd Open Championship at Muirfield, stealing the show from several aspiring champions and solidifying his legacy as an all-time great. A five-under 66 vaulted him to a three-stroke victory, the fifth major title in his Hall of Fame career.
Lefty has been in the limelight for decades, evolving as a golfing superstar since his amateur days at Arizona State. Mickelson may have once been known as a man who couldn't quite win "the big one," but those days are long gone.
Now that he's notched another career milestone, let's examine the greatest moments of Mickelson's reign as a member of golf's global elite.