Callaway Golf re-signs Phil Mickelson for remainder of his playing career

Callaway Golf re-signs Phil Mickelson for remainder of his playing career


Phil Mickelson will remain a Callaway Golf staffer in a deal the company said locks up the five-time major winner for the remainder of his playing career.

Mickelson, who turned 47 in June, is competing on the U.S. team in the Presidents Cup this week at Liberty National in New Jersey, continuing a streak of playing on American teams in the Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup dating back to 1994.

Mickelson joined Callaway in 2004 and will continue to play a full set of the company’s equipment, which he has used to win four of five majors.

“Our long association has been hugely important to my career and this extended agreement is a great honor,” Mickelson said in a release. “We’ve enjoyed close personal and working relationships for 13 years, and I’m very grateful that it will continue through my playing days and beyond.”

Mickelson is constantly refining his bag with Callaway equipment, and he is even tinkering this week on his 23rd consecutive U.S. team.


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