Phil Mickelson Faces Media in US For First Time as LIV Golf Member, With Saudi Funding a Common Question

Phil Mickelson took questions at the US Open for 25 minutes on Monday, many about the Saudi funding of the LIV Golf Invitational Series.

BROOKLINE, Mass. – In what figures to be an ongoing occurrence when he meets with the media, Phil Mickelson took an abundance of questions on Monday concerning the source of funds that caused him to jump to the Saudi-financed LIV Golf Invitational Series.

Presented with a question at The Country Club concerning the families of 9/11 victims who wrote to him protesting his participation in the new venture, Mickelson was asked specifically about a letter written by Terry Strada – whose husband boarded one of the plans that flew into the World Trade Center.


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