Phil Mickelson's recent split with his longtime caddie, Jim "Bones" McKay, made big news in the golf world. It caught everybody so off guard - they had been together 25 years, after all - but for the first time following the pair's announcement, Mickelson went into greater detail about the move. There was some speculation following the move that the pair's relationship had become increasingly fractious, but speaking on Golf Channel Monday morning as part of media blitz for KPMG's forthcoming Future Leaders program, taking please at the LPGA Tour's Women's PGA Championship this week, Mickelson described a less dramatic version of events. "Bones is going to get a number of top players coming after him, because he's such a great caddie.
Obviously no contracts can be signed until July 1, and technically there is to be no discussion of contract terms, but the window is open for discussions to begin. T.J. Oshie re-signing with the Washington Capitals on Friday already removed one of the big-ticket players from the market. Shattenkirk is probably the top free agent available on the market and headlines a weak group of defensemen.
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