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Amy Mickelson Biography – Amy Mickelson Wiki
Amy Mickelson (born Amy McBride) is an actress, Phil Mickelson’s wife, and a breast cancer survivor. Phil is an American professional golfer who has won several major championships.
Amy Mickelson Age
Amy Mickelson was born Amy McBride in 1972.
Phil Mickelson Amy Mickelson
Amy Mickelson has been married to Phil Mickelson since November 16, 1996. They first met in 1992 at Arizona State University. Phil was a senior and Amy was a junior as well as a cheerleader on the Phoenix Suns NBA cheerleading squad. According to Phil’s book, One Magical Sunday, Amy said: “When he told me he was a pro golfer, I thought he worked in the shop at a golf course.”
In 1993, Phil invited Amy to attend the Bob Hope Celebrity Pro-Am in Palm Springs, Calif. Per the book, he decided to play a joke on her. He wrote a note and wrapped it around his hotel room key, then asked his caddie, Bones Mackay, to hand it to Amy. Bones did so. In the book, Amy writes:
“…I didn’t understand why he handed it to me because Phil was standing on the edge of the green (only 10 feet away) with a big grin on his face. When I opened the note, the hotel room key fell onto the ground. And the ladies who were standing around me just gasped. Well, I was so mad, I picked up the key and threw it at Phil as hard as I could.”
Phil wrote. “It wasn’t long after the tournament that we started getting really close.”
Amy Mickelson Children
Phil Mickelson and his wife Amy Mickelson have three children: daughter Amanda Brynn Mickelson, born in June 1999, daughter Sophia Isabel Mickelson, born on October 23, 2001, and son Evan Samuel Mickelson, born in June 2003.
Amy Mickelson Family
Amy Mickelson is the wife of Phil Mickelson. She is the daughter-in-law of Phil Mickelson Sr. and Mary Mickelson.
Amy Mickelson Net Worth
Amy Mickelson’s net worth is unclear. Her husband, Phil Mickelson, is estimated to be worth $400m.
Amy Mickelson Breast Cancer
In July 2009, Amy was diagnosed with breast cancer. Following Amy Mickelson’s breast cancer diagnosis, Phil put a halt on his career while participating in the PGA Tour to help care for her. At the time, Phil was the second-best player in the world, with over 35 PGA Tour victories under his belt and was due to play in the Byron Nelson Championship later that week. After an 11-month battle, Amy beat cancer after undergoing intensive chemotherapy. She is heavily involved in fund-raising efforts for breast cancer research. Phil’s mother, Mary Mickelson, was also battling breast cancer at the same time as his wife.
During the 2010 Houston Open, Phil invited the radiation oncologist who had been treating Amy and his mum to carry his bag for three holes after being informed that the oncologist had in fact been a caddy on the PGA Tour in 1984.