We are proud to present #TeamGalvinGreen. These amazing players represent Galvin Green on tours all over the world.

Lanto Griffin – PGA Tour

One of the most recognizable players in the U.S., Lanto Griffin has worn Galvin Green since 2020. He won his first PGA Tour title at the Houston Open in 2019, having turned professional in 2010. Lanto’s favourite course in the world is Pebble Beach and his dream four-ball is made up of sporting royalty Tiger Woods, Jerry Rice & Ken Griffey Jr.

Martin Laird – PGA Tour

Scotland’s Martin Laird turned professional in 2004 and has won the PGA Tour four times. He has been wearing Galvin Green since 2020. Laird lives together with his wife and children in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is naturally left-handed and originally played that way as a child before unusually deciding to change dexterity and play right-handed for the rest of his career.

Thorbjørn Olesen – DP World Tour

With seven DP World Tour titles and one Ryder Cup appearance, Thorbjørn Olesen is one of Europe’s most recognizable players. He returned to wearing Galvin Green 2022, having first worn the brand 2009-2012. Since turning professional in 2008, some of his most notable victories include the Turkish Airlines Open in 2016, the Betfred British Masters in 2022, and the Thailand Classic at the beginning of 2023.

Jordan Smith – DP World Tour

Englishman Jordan Smith signed with Galvin Green in 2022. Smith has since enjoyed an excellent season on the DP World Tour with amassing six top-10 finishes. Born in Bath, Jordan has represented GB & Ireland in the 2013 Walker Cup and has two victory on the DP World Tour coming at the Porsche European Open in 2017 and most recently at the Portugal Masters in 2022.

Alexander Björk – DP World Tour

Alexander Björk, winner of the 2018 Volvo China Open has played in Galvin Green clothing since he turned professional in 2009. As a child, Alexander was an excellent tennis player and one of Sweden’s top ten junior players, before choosing to focus on golf. Both Björk and Galvin Green share a hometown of Växjö, Sweden.

Santiago Terrio – DP World Tour

Spaniard, Santiago Tarrio signed with Galvin Green in 2022 after a successful 2021 season in which he claimed two victories on the Challenge Tour to secure his DP World Tour card. Impressively, Santiago has managed to reach the DP world Tour having played only 30 rounds of golf between the ages of 18-24.

Cara Gainer – LET

England’s Cara Gainer turned professional in 2020 and has one second place finish on the Ladies European Tour. In 2020 Gainer came second at the Amundi Czech Ladies Challenge on the Ladies European Tour Access Series. The same year she won LETAS ‘Rookie of the Year’. In 2017 Gainer won the England Women’s Open Match Play Championship.

Hazel MacGarvie – LET

Playing out of Royal Troon in Scotland, 22-year-old Hazel MacGarvie made her Ladies European Tour debut in 2022, the same year in which she signed with Galvin Green. A graduate of Sterling University, Hazel started playing golf at the early age of four and her dream four-ball includes Scottish Rugby Union Captain, Stuart Hogg, Rory McIlroy and European Ryder Cup Captain Henrik Stenson.

Amy Boulden – LET

Amy Boulden won her first Ladies' European Tour in 2020 at the Swiss Ladies Open and has been wearing Galvin Green since 2018. A golfing star in Wales from a young age, Boulden had one of the most successful amateur careers in Welsh golf history winning a record three home internationals. Amy was also a member of the 2010 Junior Ryder Cup and 2011 Junior Solheim Cup teams.

Alexandra Swayne – LET

From the U.S. Virgin Islands, Alexandra Swayne made history in her college career by becoming the first Clemson Tiger to qualify for both the Women’s US Open and the US Amateur in the same year. After qualifying for the LET through Q School, Alexandra got off to a quick start in 2022, recording a T7 finish in only her third start.

Stephanie Kyriacou – LET

22-year-old Stephanie Kyriacou is an Australian professional golfer who began her career on the LPGA Tour in 2022, following a glittering amateur and LET career. Her amateur career peaked when she won the 2020 Geoff King Motors Australian Ladies Classic Bonville as an amateur and turned pro two days later. Since then, she has gone from strength to strength winning again on the LET Tour at the 2021 Big Green Egg Open.

Lorenzo Scalise – Challenge Tour

Currently playing on the Challenge Tour, Scalise enjoyed an impressive amateur career, with a victory at the 2017 Italian Amateur Championship. Lorenzo also finished as the low amateur at the 2017 Italian Open and represented Team International at the 2018 Arnold Palmer Cup. As a child, Lorenzo drew golf courses, and having a degree in landscape design, he hopes to one day design a course.

Chris Paisley – Challenge Tour

Raised in Hexham, England Chris Paisley attended the University of Tennessee before turning pro in 2010. Chris won on both the Alps and Challenge Tours before graduating to the DP World Tour and winning the BMW South African Open in 2018. Paisley is currently playing on the Challenge Tour and is proud to be a part of the Birdie 4 Rhinos initiative.

Corinne Vidén – LETAS

Sweden’s Corinne Vidén graduated from California State University Sacramento in 2021 with a Bachelor's Degree of Science in Nutrition and Food, before turning pro in the same year. She won twice in 2019 at the Gunrock Invitational and the T1 Big Sky Conference Championship. She now plays in the LET Access Series and her best results include two fifth-place finishes at the ASGI Lavaux Ladies Open and the Elite Hotels Open in 2022.

Teresa Diez Moliner – LETAS

Teresa Diez Moliner is a professional golfer from Spain who graduated from Augusta University before turning pro. Originally from Valladolid, Teresa was introduced to the game of golf by her father at the age of eight and she played alongside her sister Cecilia on the golf team at Augusta University. Diez Moliner signed with Galvin Green in 2023.

Linnea Johansson - LPGA Tour

Linnea Johansson, born in Växjö and raised in Älmhult, began her golf journey at age 10. Representing Sweden in prestigious championships, she then pursued her golf career in the United States, earning All-American honors. In 2022, Linnea secured her place on the LPGA Tour. In 2023, she impressed with a bogey-free 64, leading in the JM Eagle LA Championship. Johansson's remarkable journey showcases her golfing prowess and determination.

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