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Stephen Curry Joins Callaway Team to Grow the Game

Stephen Curry Joins Callaway Team to Grow the Game

January 31, 2020 by

John Scott Lewinski John Scott Lewinski

He may be too banged up to do business on the hardwood these days, but that didn’t keep three-time NBA champion Stephen Curry from partnering up with top golf equipment manufacturer Callaway in an effort to grow the game and make it more accessible to everyone.

It’s not a surprising move for Curry who doubles as a competitive, scratch golfer away from the Golden State Warriors – and when unencumbered by injury. You’ll often find him leading the way at any number of off-season pro-ams around the world.

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Curry recently helped Howard University launch their first-Division 1 Golf Program, set to debut for the 2020 academic year. The NBA star pledged to fund the university’s men’s and women’s programs for the next six years, with a goal of making the program self-sustaining.

The Callaway partnership will also feature co-produced original content exploring Curry’s endeavors in golf and should progress toward co-branded equipment in the months to come. callawaygolf.com

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Stephen Curry Joins Callaway Team to Grow the Game

January 31, 2020 by John Scott Lewinski

He may be too banged up to do business on the hardwood these days, but that didn’t keep three-time NBA champion Stephen Curry from partnering up with top golf equipment manufacturer Callaway in an effort to grow the game and make it more accessible to everyone.

It’s not a surprising move for Curry who doubles as a competitive, scratch golfer away from the Golden State Warriors – and when unencumbered by injury. You’ll often find him leading the way at any number of off-season pro-ams around the world.

Curry5.jpg

Curry recently helped Howard University launch their first-Division 1 Golf Program, set to debut for the 2020 academic year. The NBA star pledged to fund the university’s men’s and women’s programs for the next six years, with a goal of making the program self-sustaining.

The Callaway partnership will also feature co-produced original content exploring Curry’s endeavors in golf and should progress toward co-branded equipment in the months to come. callawaygolf.com

Curry1.jpg