Phil Mickelson will be a Callaway man until he retires from competitive golf, the Carlsbad-based company announced today.
The terms of the 47-year-old’s deal were not released.
Mickelson, who joined Callaway from Titleist in 2004, will continue to play a full bag of Callaway clubs for the remainder of his career. He won four of his five major championships while playing the company’s equipment.
“Phil has meant so much to Callaway and to the game of golf,” said Callaway Golf President and CEO, Chip Brewer. “He is a dynamic athlete and an iconic ambassador. We are excited to continue our relationship with him for years to come.”
“Our long association has been hugely important to my career and this extended agreement is a great honor,” said Mickelson. “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’s bag includes a Callaway Great Big Bertha Sub-Zero Driver, Great Big Bertha Epic Fairway Woods, prototype irons, an Odyssey Putter, and a Chrome Soft X Ball.