Phil Mickelson lost $40 million gambling in four years

Phil Mickelson suffered a staggering $40 million gambling loss between 2010 and 2014, according to his biographer. Federal auditors investigating Phil Mickelson’s role in an insider trading scheme found his gambling losses

In the most recent excerpt on the $40m in gambling losses, Shipnuck wrote that government auditors investigated Mickelson’s finances over four years from 2010 to 2014

Mickelson’s annual income in 2012 – the time of the Dean Foods stock deal that netted Mickelson nearly $1m in one week – was estimated at about $48m.

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