Phil Mickelson affair & Phil Mickelson illegitimate child rumors on Masters win

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It appears that rumors have started up about a Phil Mickelson affair, with that and “Phil Mickelson illegitimate child” ranking among the hottest searches online.  Ironically, the buzz has surfaced right as Mickelson won the 2010 Masters, edging out the guy who has had enough affairs for the Top 15 or so on the Masters 2010 Leaderboard, Tiger Woods.  Mickelson won his third green jacket earlier on Sunday and was emotional about the win, noting that he was glad his wife Amy and children were there for it.  Right now Mickelson’s mother is battling breast cancer as well, so it made Mickelson a sentimental favorite to win this tournament while Tiger Woods’ was under the spotlight.

There’s no confirmed celebrity or sports news of any sort of Phil Mickelson affair at this point.  Mickelson has been married to his wife Amy for over 13 years now and it appears things are happy between the couple.  They have three children together, two daughters and a son: Amanda Brynn (11 years old), Sophia Isabel (8 yrs.) and Evan (7yrs).  The site famoushookups.com lists “No known Affairs for this relationship” although as we know with the whole Tiger Woods fiasco, anything is possible, and it can be hidden from the public pretty well, up to a point.

The 39-year-old Mickelson is definitely on cloud nine after today’s Masters win, so hopefully some fake internet rumors won’t ruin his time to shine.  His wife Amy and kids were there to witness the triumphant victory at Augusta National.  For now, let’s put the Phil Mickelson illegitimate child rumors as well as any fake news about an affair to rest.  Today was a Phil Mickelson affair, but only in terms of his big win at the 2010 Masters golf tournament.

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