Phil Mickelson Gives Kids $100 at a Lemonade Stand

June 09, 2015

Philly Mick has always been known for being a generous tipper and that is just what two youngsters who were selling lemonade near Muirfield Village found out last week. Six-year-old Roland Van Karsen and his 8-year-old sister, Elise, were running their Muirfield Village neighborhood lemonade stand when Lefty pulled up for a beverage, according to the Columbus Dispatch. Mickelson bought the $1 lemonade with a slightly larger bill, leaving the children $100, or a $99 tip. Watch these young entrepreneurs recount their story below. 




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