Phil Mickelson’s longtime caddy, Tim Mickelson, has announced his retirement from the job after nearly eight years on the job. Tim took over as Phil’s caddy in 2017 after longtime bagman Bones McKay left. During his tenure, Tim helped Phil secure three PGA Tour victories, including the 2021 PGA Championship.

Tim’s decision to retire was made as his family life developed with his partner Maranda and their two sons. Phil expressed gratitude for the special moments they shared together both on and off the track. Although Tim’s replacement has not been revealed, the next LIV Golf event is scheduled for next week in Doral, just outside of Miami.

Phil will continue to navigate the world of professional golf with a new caddy by his side as he competes in upcoming tournaments. Despite not seeing as much success in the Saudi-backed league since moving to LIV Golf two years ago, Phil cherishes the experiences he had with Tim and looks forward to making more memories together in the future.

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