Remarkably, Phil Mickelson has played in every PGA Championship since 1993. The 50-year-old, winner of the 2005 PGA Championship, has the outright lead by three strokes early in Round 3 at Kiawah Island. Mickelson has made 373 birdies and counting at the PGA Championship, more than any other player at the history of the Championship. 

A win would make Mickelson the oldest major winner in history, supplanting Julius Boros who was 48 when he won the 1968 PGA Championship.

Here’s a look at Mickelson through the years in the PGA Championship:

  • Number of appearances: 29
  • Cuts made: 26
  • Wins: 1 (2005)
  • Top 25s: 14
  • Top 10s: 9
  • Top 5s: 4
  • Third: 1
  • Runner up: 2

Mickelson’s most consecutive cuts in the major stands at 30 from the 1999 PGA Championship at Medinah to the 2007 Masters.

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