Callaway Golf, Phil Mickelson Extend Partnership

Per a company press release, Callaway Golf Company and five-time major champion Phil Mickelson have extended their partnership that ensures Mickelson will play Callaway equipment for the rest of his career. Since joining the brand 13 years ago, Mickelson has won 21 PGA Tour titles and four of his five majors

Examining Golf’s Biggest Names For 2017

After a break from the holidays, the 2016/17 PGA Tour is back again and for some, it’s do-or-die while others will look towards a brighter future. Apart from speculating about who will win major honors during the season, here are five golfers to watch out for this season.  Tiger Woods The moment

Octagon Signs Golfer Paige Spiranac

Per a SBJ report, Octagon has signed professional golfer Paige Spiranac for her representation. She was previously represented by Prime Athletes. She has been in the news lately when in a press conference during the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters she was asked about being cyber bullied. An emotional Spiranac spoke out

On To The Next One: John Peterson

Per Liz Mullen of SBJ, PGA Tour golfer John Peterson has signed with Wasserman for his representation. He was previously represented by Blue Giraffe Sports. At Wasserman, Executive Vice President of Golf Terry Reilly, will lead the representation for Peterson, who recently returned to the PGA Tour after undergoing hand surgery

Golfer Patrick Reed Signs With CAA Sports

Per Liz Mullen of SBJ, CAA Sports has signed world No. 7-ranked golfer Patrick Reed for his representation on and off the course. With CAA, Reed will be represented by a team of agents led by CAA Sports Global Head of Sports Endorsements Lowell Taub and Global Head of Sales

Randrr Signs PGA Tour Player Chris Kirk

Per a release by Lagardère Sports and randrr, PGA Tour client Chris Kirk has signed an endorsement deal with randrr, a "career opportunities platform for the common good that will revolutionize the way people and companies interact." Financial terms of the deal were not released, but the multiyear endorsement deal marks

Jim “Mr. 58” Furyk And His Marketability

During the fourth and final round of the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands, Jim Furyk shot a 58 setting the new low score for a round of golf in PGA Tour history. Yes, that is a 58...for 18 holes. This feat comes three years after he became just the

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