Golf superstar Phil Mickelson was in the news recently after he said he would not be returning to the Rocket Mortgage Classic.
He originally said he would not be returning after an article in The Detroit News, but after Friday’s round, he changed course.
“The people here were so nice that I’ll make a deal with them. There is a guy, Mike Sullivan, trying to collect 50,000 signatures. If he receives 50,000, and all these 50,000 agree to perform a random act of kindness for another participant. community I’m participating in, ”Mickelson said after completing the second round.
On Thursday, Mickelson elaborated on the story published this week in Detroit News, which unfolded in 2007. It featured the bookmaker Grosse Pointe, who allegedly defrauded Mickelson out of $ 500,000.
Jason Langwell, CEO of Rocket Mortgage Classic, spoke to 7 Action News during a special Saturday morning talk on Teeing It Up In The D about Phil being in Detroit.
“It was great that he was here. Every PGA Tour needs a Phil, ”Langwell said.