Phil Mickelson pictured during the Sands Pro-am Invitational at the Macau Golf and Country Club. Photo: Paul Lakatos/Lagardere Sports

Phil Mickelson on how a bad diet led to him developing arthritis and how his new regime is paying off

  • American, in Macau to lead a coaching workshop, was known for his bad diet during the most successful years of his career
  • The hall-of-famer hopes to turn around a poor spell of form and keep top 50 record run alive in Shanghai next week
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Phil Mickelson pictured during the Sands Pro-am Invitational at the Macau Golf and Country Club. Photo: Paul Lakatos/Lagardere Sports
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Paul Ryding

Paul Ryding

Paul Ryding is a sports writer who has been based in China since 2007. The Beijing Olympics brought him to the Far East for six months, and the food, the people and the excitement surrounding the rise of sport in China kept him here for far longer (much to his mother's dismay). When not staying up until the small hours watching European sport on TV, he'll be playing soccer or watching archive footage of Liverpool Football Club's glory years