A close-up image of Phil Mickelson's Callaway Chrome Soft X golf ball has emerged on social media this week and it's interesting to note that he does not have a number on his dimples, but instead his own logo.
I guess when you're Phil Mickelson and one of the most successful golfers in history, you can kind of do whatever you want.
Had no idea Phil Mickelson used his logo on his golf ball instead of a number, but I LOVE it. pic.twitter.com/t7lG11fvwx— LKD (@LukeKerrDineen) February 9, 2022
GOLF's game improvement editor Luke Kerr Dineen brought it to everyone's attention on Twitter yesterday, and Mickelson hit back with a response.
"Are people still using numbers?" joked Mickelson, golf's oldest major champion.
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One golf fan below makes an interesting point as to what Mickelson does when he is hitting a provisional if he is always using a golf ball with his logo?!
We would have to let Phil answer that one.
"I'm playing a Titleist 2 with a blue line"— LKD (@LukeKerrDineen) February 9, 2022
"I'm playing a Callaway with me on it"
How does he distinguish between the first ball and the provisional?— Brian Richmond (@bmrichmond) February 9, 2022
The provisional is the one where his logo is fisting gobs of cash.— Beef (@Beef09848380) February 10, 2022
Starter: “Gentlemen, identify your golf balls”— Alister WokeKenzie- #1 Ranked GCA Burner Account (@wokekenzie) February 9, 2022
Player A: “I’ve got a Titleist 3, red dot”
Player B: “Titleist 2, green line”
Player C: “Taylormade 2, black dots”
Phil: “I’ve got a Callaway *me*”