Congratulations Phil Mickelson!


Eyes were glued to the TV set all weekend while fans eagerly watched how Tiger Woods would do at the Masters this year.  After months of Tiger’s heavily publicized affairs, many wondered if this would affect his game.  Tiger may have drawn in a large audience this year, but the winner of the 2010 Masters Golf Tournament, Phil Mickelson made it a tournament to remember. 

Movie scripts could not be written any better than this year’s 2010 Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.  

I am not a huge golf fan, but my dad and my brother both play quite a bit.  I’ve dabbled and it really isn’t as easy as it looks.  It takes true athleticism, patience, and concentration.  The tournament this past weekend provided many moments of inspiring play by all of the golfers, but most especially by Phil Mickelson, who on Saturday recovered a five hole deficit in only 30 minutes by making an eagle-eagle-birdie.  If you don’t know what this means, that’s okay.  It means it was probably the most exciting and incredible moment in recent golf history. 

What makes this this story even more amazing is the fact that Phil and his family have been struggling with a constant battle against breast cancer.  His wife and mother were both diagnosed last year.  He overcame his struggles and made a huge comeback that was both inspiring and captivating.

I thought I’d take this moment to congratulate Mr. Mickelson on his achievement and commend his perseverance. 

If you have someone in your life that inspires you to do great things in life, let them know how special they are to you!  One of the best ways to do that is to give a unique personalized gift.  Our photo magazine cover puts your idol center stage.   

Or you can make a gag gift and put someone you know on fake magazine covers that look like Tiger’s tabloids to laugh and joke about!  

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