isn't thrilled with the Vivint Houston Open having spectators at its event.
The PGA Tour tournament, which comes a week before the Masters, will host up to 2,000 fans per day. Mickelson said Wednesday that he's considering skipping the November 5-8 tournament for that reason, per Bob Harig of ESPN:
"I think that they will do a very good, safe job in having 2,000 people at the Houston Open. However, for me personally, I don't like the risk that having that happen the week before the Masters. I just feel like the week before the Masters, like that's a big tournament we have and I just don't want to have any risk heading in there.