US Open 2019. Callaway News
Today begins the third US Open Major of the season, where a representative Callaway team of 24 top-level golfers will play, including Jim Furyk and Phil Mickelson.
The eyes of golf lovers around the world will be chained this week to the Californian course Pebble Beach, where the third US Open Major of the season begins. #TeamCallaway is presented by ex- champion of US Open Jim Furyk, 5-time major winner Phil Mickelson, Francesco Molinary, Sergio Garsia, Danny Willet, who is also kept in the hands the main trophy of the Majors. In total, there are 24 golfer in the team, 19 of which are currently included to the OWGR Top 100.
Five-time majors winner Phil Mickelson will strive for another victory in order to "fully staff" his "Big Helmet" this weekend at one of his favorite fields at Pebble Beach, where he won already five times, and last one this year at AT & T Pebble Beach Pro Am, having achieved his 44th title in PGA TOUR. The final day of the tournament falls on the birthday of “Lefty”, and for Phil would be twice as nice to celebrate it with victory.
Last week victories
US Open is definitely the main event of this week, but we would like to briefly tell about the last week events.
The unofficial team competition European Tour GolfSixes Cascais was held at Oitavos Dunes in Portugal last week, and a 20-year-old Callaway team member, Phachara Khongwatmai became a part of Thailand's dynamic duo who won the trophy.
Callaway female golfer and LPGA TOUR newbie Jeongeun Lee loudly stated herself in women's golf, winning her first trophy at the US Women's Open Major in Charleston. Then she went to the Shoprite LPGA Classic, where she took second place at the Stockton Seaview Golf Club, confirming her claim to be among the strongest female golfers on the planet. She finished with a final result of 11 below the par (202), passing the final round with five birdies.
Over the weekend, St. Andrews Links Trophy was held. Callaway Ambassador and Amateur, Jake Burnage, achieved his most significant victory in his career there. Burnage from Saunton Golf Club won the Links trophy with a total score of -20. In the final round, Jake made a birdie on the 10th and eagle on the 14th. The World Amateur Golf Rankings rates St. The Andrews Links Trophy as one of the most powerfull amateur tournaments in the world, and this event has attracted many of the most famous names in golf at the moment.