Phil Mickelson has four major titles and 41 total championships to his name. He is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame and has appeared in nine Ryder Cups and nine Presidents Cups.

Unfortunately for Mickelson, throughout his decorated career, he has also created a reputation as a perennial runner-up. Since his first major appearance in 1990, Mickelson has eight second-place finishes and seven third-place finishes. His eight runner-ups are tied for third all-time, behind Jack Nicklaus (19) and Arnold Palmer (10).

Perhaps Mickelson's most notable blunders have occurred at the U.S. Open. On Sunday, Mickelson finished in second place for the sixth time at the national championship. Here's a look through the years at Phil's woulda, coulda, shoulda moments on Father's Day.