Sport in 1993: When Mickelson broke into top 50

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Phil Mickelson broke into the world’s top 50 in 1993

Phil Mickelson’s astonishing spell of 26 years ranked among the world’s top-50 professional golfers has finally come to an end, and it was a run that began towards the end of a vintage year for sport in 1993.
Mickelson joined the paid ranks the previous year, and his third PGA Tour victory at The International in August took him into the world’s top 100 before he broke into the top 50 in November when, aged 23, he finished runner-up to Tom Lehman at the Casio World Open in Japan. Get the best prices and book a round at one of 1,700 courses across the UK & Ireland His emergence as an elite player added to a significant list of major sporting headlines throughout 1993, and here’s a reminder of what was happening in the world of sport, 26 years ago …. FootballManchester United were crowned inaugural Premier League champions, their first league title for 26 years – the same number of years Mickelson has been in the world top 50. Alex Ferguson guided United to a convincing 10-point triumph over Aston Villa, while Arsenal atoned for a poor league season by winning a historic cup double.The Gunners beat Sheffield Wednesday in the League Cup final, and the two teams would meet again in the FA Cup final – the first, and still only time the same two clubs had reached both domestic cup finals. The second final would go to a replay, with Andy Linighan heading home in the late stages of extra time to snatch a 2-1 victory.In Europe, the first ever edition of the UEFA Champions League (rebranded from the old European Cup), ended with Marseille becoming the first and so far only French side to conquer Europe – beating AC Milan 1-0 in the final in Munich. Manchester United won the first Premier League title in 1993 Earlier in the year, the world of football was stunned by the passing of World Cup-winning captain Bobby Moore, who died after a battle with cancer aged 51.England would also end th

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