On Monday, ahead of the 2018 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, Phil Mickelson hosted a sports clinic and skills challenge for the second year in a row.
The event, at Chicago's Soldier Field, saw a handful of professional athletes host stations on their respective sports, teaching local kids to throw footballs, kick a field goal, swing a golf club, and more.
Toward the end of the day, the pros competed in each sport themselves, and we were treated to the latest site of Lefty going righty. Phil, of course, is one of golf's most notable left-handed players. He's naturally right-handed but became a left when he learned the game by mirroring his father's swing.
Here are some great highlights of Phil at the skills competition:
Phil throwin’ pic.twitter.com/sSbCICyPLw— KPMGWomensPGA (@KPMGWomensPGA) June 25, 2018
Phil Mickelson at the @KPMG Windy City Skills Challenge at Soldier Field ahead of the upcoming women’s PGA Championship at Kemper Lakes. Phil having some issues (at first) with the plastic club/tennis ball combo. pic.twitter.com/cMtnmecyRs— Matt Zahn (@mattzahnsports) June 25, 2018
The man has got a good arm, for sure:
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