What golf clubs does Phil Mickelson use?
For the short irons, Phil goes with Callaway Apex MB ’21 irons. They are forged muscleback blades that provide a soft and pure feel and are characterised by a static weight screw right behind the sweet spot to boost performance. Lefty uses a combination of MCA MMT 105 TX and KBS Tour V 125 S+ shafts in his irons.
Why did Phil Mickelson leave Titleist?
After his win at the Masters, a second-place finish at the U.S. Open and a third at the British Open, Mickelson reportedly wanted to renegotiate his equipment endorsement contract. A Gaylord press official confirmed only that Mickelson and Titleist had parted company.
When did Phil Mickelson leave Titleist?
Just before the 2004 Ryder Cup, Mickelson and Titleist parted ways, a curious move considering Lefty won his first major at the Masters earlier in the year. He signed with Callaway, and although he didn’t switch out all his clubs, he did have a Callaway driver, 3-wood and 4-wood in the bag at Oakland Hills.
How long has Phil Mickelson been with Callaway?
The 47-year-old signed with Callaway in September 2004 after a partnership with Titleist, and Mickelson has played Callaway’s clubs ever since — which includes four of his five major titles.
What kind of golf clubs does Phil Mickelson use?
Phil Mickelson has always been a tinkerer with his gear, occasionally playing with two (or no) drivers and normally carrying a lob wedge of 64 degrees. As well as his bold decisions, he’s also helped design clubs like his Titleist 731PM irons and his Callaway Mack Daddy PM Grind wedges. Lefty turned pro in 1992 and signed with Yonex.
When did Phil Mickelson win the BellSouth Classic?
Phil Mickelson’s golf bag containing two drivers during the final round of the BellSouth Classic on April 2, 2006 at TPC Sugarloaf in Duluth, Georgia. Mickelson won the Classic with a 13-stroke victory and 28-under par performance. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
When did Phil Mickelson win his first major?
Mickelson won his first major at the 2004 Masters using Titleist equipment but that would be his final major victory with the company. The 2004 Ryder Cup was Phil’s first outing using new Callaway gear, having recently signed with them. He had switched out his Titleist driver and ball for Callaways.
Where was Phil Mickelson’s golf bag at the Ryder Cup?
Phil Mickelson’s golf bag showing his taped up clubs during the first practice day for the 35th Ryder Cup Matches at the Oakland Hills Country Club on September 13, 2004 in Bloomfield Township, Michigan. (Photo by Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images)