Curtis Luck

PGA Tour
Curtis Luck

A phenom from Perth, Australia, Luck was the #1 ranked amateur in the world when he turned pro in April 2017. During his dominant amateur career, Luck won the 2016 U.S. Amateur, the 2016 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship, and the 2016 Western Australian Open on the PGA Tour of Australasia with Callaway equipment. He also counted the Victorian Junior Masters and Western Australian Amateur among his wins. His convincing win at the U.S. Amateur secured his invitation to this year’s Masters, where he was one of just two amateurs to make the cut.

Luck is also known for having a fun, laid back personality on and off the course, which fans will get to see firsthand as he joins the professional ranks. “I’ve played with Callaway for many years, and I’ve been fortunate to win some of the biggest amateur events in the world with their equipment,” he said after joining our team. “So it’s a natural choice as I start my pro career.”

GBB Epic Drivers
GBB Epic Drivers
Drivers
GBB Epic Sub Zero Fairway Woods
GBB Epic Sub Zero Fairway Woods
Fairway Woods
XR Pro Hybrids
XR Pro Hybrids
X Forged Irons
X Forged Irons
Mack Daddy 2 Slate Wedges
Mack Daddy 2 Slate Wedges
Odyssey O-Works #7 Putter
Odyssey O-Works #7 Putter
O-Works
Tour Winnings
Date Name Place Winnings
6/4/2017 Memorial Tournament T73 $16,791.00
5/28/2017 Dean and Deluca Invitational T34 $34,105.00
5/7/2017 Wells Fargo Championship T52 $17,314.00