Phil Mickelson lived up to his reputation of being an insanely good tipper this week, handing some lucky kids a $100 bill for a $1 glass of lemonade, and telling them to keep the change.
Roland Van Karsen, 6, and his 8-year-old sister, Elise, set up a lemonade stand on a corner in their Muirfield Village neighborhood every year for the Memorial Tournament.
Thursday morning, one of the most recognizable sports figures on the planet stopped by to quench his thirst, and he left a lasting impression on the youngsters.
Thanks to The Columbus Dispatch, we'll let the kids tell you all about the encounter in their own words:
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