Harris English, coming off a season in which he won more than $2.2 million on the PGA Tour that included a win and three more top-10 finishes, will tee it up at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions on Friday with new gear in hand.
English has joined Callaway, the company announced on Twitter on Thursday.
English also took to Twitter to say: “Just finished up my Pro-Am at Hyundai TOC and excited to officially be a part of the Callaway Team. Can’t wait to get 2014 started tomorrow!”
According to our Alex Miceli, who is on the ground at Hyundai, English will still be playing the Titleist Pro V that he has played since turning professional. He will also keep the Ping Scottsdale putter in the bag that he won with twice last year and will also carry his Ping 3- and 5-wood.
English won the FedEx St. Jude Classic in 2013, nearly doubling his earnings from 2012. He played in two majors in 2013, finishing T-15 at the Open Championship and T-61 at the PGA Championship.