The International team, with Nick Price as captain for a third Straight time, gets another chance to end a losing streak that is getting out of hand.
That ultimately might be one of his greatest legacies when the Presidents Cup begins on Thursday, and Mickelson heads to the first tee with Kevin Kisner in a foursomes match against Jason Day and Marc Leishman.
It was a close call this year when U.S. captain Steve Stricker effectively put out an ultimatum for Mickelson to show some form.
The best of his generation, Woods played 10 straight events until injury got in the way and he missed the 2008 Ryder Cup recovering from knee surgery.
Jim Furyk made his debut in 1997 and played in 15 straight team events until he finished 13th in the standings and was passed over as a pick for Spieth.
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