“Hunter impresses us year in and year out with his consistency, and that’s a testament to how hard he works to maintain his status as one of the game’s best,” Solheim said. “He combines talent with a great work ethic and a very likeable personality that connects with fans. Hunter has been a loyal PING player since college and we’re proud to continue our affiliation with him.”
As part of the agreement, Mahan will wear a PING hat, carry a PING staff bag and play PING equipment. Financial terms and the length of the agreement were not disclosed.
He is currently playing a G30 driver, i25 hybrid, S55 irons, prototype PING wedges, and a Scottsdale TR Anser 2 putter. He is 21st in the most recent Official World Golf Ranking.
“Starting a new season this week, it’s amazing to think that PING and I go back to my days at Oklahoma State,” Mahan said. “All along, it’s been the performance of their products that has given me the consistency that’s necessary to succeed at every level. Out on tour I have complete confidence in my equipment but also in the PING team, which does a great job making sure I’m dialed in and comfortable with my clubs. I’m thrilled to continue my relationship with a company that is an industry leader.”