Official Coach & Spain WAT Ambassador
2005 US OPEN CHAMPION – Michael Campbell is a lifetime member of the European Tour. At age 7, he began playing golf on the Patea golf course in New Zealand, which had the greens fenced to keep sheep off them. His father Tom Campbell, a single-figure handicapper, heavily influenced him. He moved south to Titahi Bay and developed his skills in the junior ranks at Paraparaumu.
From 1988, Campbell represented New Zealand in various international amateur competitions, including the team victory at the 1992 Eisenhower Trophy. He also won the New South Wales Amateur and the Australian Amateur before turning
professional in 1993.
Michael quickly established himself on the European Tour after three Challenge Tour wins in 1994. He won the Alfred Dunhill Masters in 1995 and the Johnnie Walker Classic in 1999.