Photo by                                                 – Phil Mickelson reclaims his world champion title at the World Golf Championship in Mexico, on Sunday April 4, 2018. This is the American golfer’s world championship title since he took the throne in 2013.

Throughout the WGC-Mexico Championship 2018, Phil Mickelson showed remarkable performance up to the holes 15 and 16 with 66 shots and 5 under par, for a total of 16 under par, which made him tie with golfer Justin Thomas.

The defining moments of WGC-Mexico Championship 2018 began in the 3-par hole 17. In the 157-yard hole, Mickelson’s birdie putt nudged the edge of the pin while Thomas couldn’t save his Par because his tee shot fell outside the green, leading to a playoff between the two American golfers.

With his success in winning the championship title at WGC-Mexico Championship 2018, Phil Mickelson, who is also a golf course designer at Trump International Golf Club Bali, is expected to enter the Top 20 of the world’s best golfers, who will compete at the WGC-Match Play taking place in the next couple of weeks.

Trump International Golf Club Bali will be the island’s masterpiece, an 18-hole signature championship golf course at the heart of MNC Bali Resort in Tabanan, Bali. Developed in an area of about 60 hectares, Phil Mickelson is determined to deliver an unforgettable experience for world-class golfers to compete in an astonishing course set against the majestic Indian Ocean and the beautiful Tanah Lot Temple nearby.