Caddie sues over cart crash involving Tim Mickelson

Tim Mickelson caddies for his brother, Phil, at the 2017 WGC-Mexico Championship. (Getty Images)

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COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho – A professional golf caddie has filed a lawsuit over a golf cart crash at a Northern Idaho golf course involving Phil Mickelson's brother.

News sources report that 39-year-old Alicia McFadden says she was working as an independent contractor at the Gozzer Ranch Golf and Lake Club's Bull Rush tournament in August 2015 when the crash occurred.



According to the lawsuit, McFadden was riding on the back of the cart driven by David Harbour. Tim Mickelson, then the head men's coach at Arizona State University and Phil's younger brother, was also aboard.



McFadden claims the men were inebriated and shirtless and that Harbour drove the golf cart recklessly before the crash. McFadden suffered serious injuries in the crash.



Gozzer's attorneys say there's no evidence that Harbour was intoxicated at the time of the crash.