The talk over the past few years in the world of golf has focused on the game’s young guns - Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler, Jason Day, Webb Simpson, Dustin Johnson.
But in the past two weeks, the old guys – Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson – showed the next generation that the old guard isn’t quite ready to give up the mantle of leadership.
Woods claimed a four-shot victory over Brandt Snedeker at the Farmers Insurance Open. Mickelson followed that up with a four-shot win of his own at the Waste Management Phoenix Open – also over Snedeker.
Woods’ win gives him 75 PGA Tour victories, moving him a step closer to Sam Snead’s top mark of 82. And Mickelson’s win – No. 41 - puts him in sole possession of ninth place on the list of all-time PGA Tour victories.
See the slideshow for the players on the Top 10 all-time wins list.