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Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Book Claims Phil Mickelson Bet $1B

  • A new book claims that Phil Mickelson bet over $1 billion on multiple sports over three decades.
  • It also alleges that he attempted to bet on the Ryder Cup, in which he was playing. Mickelson has denied that charge.
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A new book by Billy Walters claims that golfing legend Phil Mickelson placed over $1 billion in bets over three decades on football, baseball, and basketball, losing over $100 million. Walters also claims that Mickelson attempted to bet $400,000 on the 2012 Ryder Cup, which he was participating in.

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