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Phil Mickelson apologized Tuesday for comments about the Saudis and a proposed super league, which he claims were off the record and not meant to be shared publicly.
Mickelson also said in a statement he has felt pressure and stress affecting him at a deeper level over the last 10 years and he needs time away. However, he did not say if he would be taking a break from golf.
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“I’m beyond disappointed and will make every effort to self-reflect and learn from this,” he said.
Also, KPMG became the first of Mickelson’s corporate sponsors to announce an end to their partnership, a decision the company said was mutual.
Most damaging about Mickelson’s remarks to author and golf writer Alan Shipnuck was…
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