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Mickelson’s Grand Plans in Calgary

15 Sep 2015 Sam Schultz News

Phil Mickelson last played Oakville, Ont.,’s Glen Abbey GC in 2004. It was the same week he signed with Callaway and officially opened, what was then, Callaway’s Canadian headquarters in nearby Concord. Just over a decade later the five-time major champion is renewing acquaintances with Canada by beginning the process of placing his signature on Canada’s golfing landscape,…

Calgary Sun writer Eric Francis joins Pinder in the Morning to discuss the appearance of Phil Mickelson in Calgary to reveal details regarding his Mickelson National golf course project in the city.

Minutes late to a news conference unveiling their vision for Mickelson National, Phil Mickelson and course owner Barry Ehlert arrived with smiles and an explanation. “We got pulled over by the police,” said Ehlert with a laugh, coming clean on the fact he couldn’t produce his insurance or registration papers while en route to The Hamptons Golf Club….

One of the biggest names in golf will be getting the white-hat treatment this week. With a break in the PGA Tour’s FedExCup playoff schedule, Phil Mickelson — or just ‘Lefty’ to his legions of fans — will beeline to Calgary for his first look at the construction of his course design in the Springbank area.

Demand for membership at the Phil Mickelson National Golf Club of Canada in the Harmony residential area is high despite the province’s rocky economy, say the project’s developers. Barry Ehlert, managing partner with the Windmill Golf Group, which has partnered with the PGA star to design and build the course, said it’s sold dozens of memberships for the…

Calgary, AB (September 1st, 2015) –World Golf Hall of Fame member, Mickelson, is set to visit Calgary and the site of his first Canadian golf course design project, Mickelson National Golf Club. The course is the centerpiece of the spectacular planned community of Harmony, located in beautiful Rocky View County. Mickelson will discuss the project in a press…