Phil Mickelson: Secrets of the Short Game: Arnold Palmer has one. Jack Nicklaus has one. And now, Phil Mickelson has one. No, were not talking about the Masters championships (although Mickelson has three of those), but a golf instruction video. Emmy-winner Terry Jastrow, who produced Palmers and Nicklaus own bestselling videos, brings his keen eye to this master class that concentrates on what Mickelson calls the most important part of the game (half of all shots played take place inside 50 yards, he states). Over the course of this nearly two-hour program, Mickelson demonstrates putting, chipping using his advocated hinge and hold method, bunker play, and his signature flop shot. In an entertaining segment, he also demonstrates two specialty shots, a Two Balls in Bunker shot (dont try this at home) and the Backward Over-the-Head shot. The demonstrations are repeated in slow-motion and seen from a variety of angles. This program is for the serious golfer, but beginners need not feel too intimidated. Mickelson is a natural in front of the camera and is able to impart a lot of information in a relaxed style that makes even the most advanced concepts accessible. As one golf commentator exults during one of the dramatic highlights clips included as a bonus feature, this is as good as it gets.