Team JumboMax


9-time PGA Tour and European Tour winner including the 2021 Arnold Palmer Invitational, 2020 U.S. Open, 2020 Rocket Mortgage Classic, 2019 Dubai Desert Classic, 2018 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, 2018 Northern Trust Open, 2018 Dell Technologies Championship, 2018 Memorial Tournament, 2017 John Deere Classic, and the 2016 DAP Championship.

Bryson was also the Low Amateur at the 2016 Masters and the winner of both the 2015 NCAA Individual Championship and the 2015 U.S. Amateur. By winning both titles in the same year, Bryson joined an elite group of golfers, including Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Jack Nicklaus and Ryan Moore, as the only players to win the two biggest events in amateur golf in the same year.

Bryson currently plays JumboMax UltraLite XL grips on every wood and iron in his bag, but he won numerous professional and amateur events using both the Wrap style and Tour Series grips.


Retief Goosen is a seven-time PGA Tour winner and a two-time U.S. Open Champion (2001, 2004). The South African won the European Tour’s Order of Merit in 2001 and 2002 and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2019.

Retief currently competes on the PGA Tour Champions, where he’s continued to rack up wins.

He plays JumboMax Tour Series swing grips (XS) on woods, irons, and wedges and a JumboMax Mid-Jumbo putter grip.


PGA Teaching Professional, long-time coach, caddy, and teacher. Former member of the Fresno State Men’s Golf Team in the 1980s, joined the Bulldogs as a volunteer assistant coach. The owner and operator of the Mike Schy Golf Performance Insitute at Fresno’s Dragonfly Golf Club, Schy is an expert in the latest golf instruction technology. He has been a PGA Teaching Professional Member since 1990 and is a master club and putter fitter.

Mike was a member of the Northern California PGA Cup Team in 1992 and in 1983 won the Fresno City Championship. While at Fresno State, he helped his team capture the 1983 Pacific Coast Athletic Association Championship before they finished 12th at the NCAA Championships that same year.


Tadd Fujikawa is an American professional golfer. Playing as an amateur at age 15, he qualified for the 2006 U.S. Open, the youngest golfer ever to do so. In 2007, at age 16 and 4 days, he made the cut in a PGA Tour event at the Sony Open in Hawaii, the second youngest player to ever achieve that feat.

“JumboMax grips have helped to eliminate tendonitis in my wrist. I really like how the grips fill my hands better. There is less space for the grip to move in my hands when I’m swinging and that makes it feel more stable.”


Simon Dyson is an English professional golfer. He played on the European Tour from 2001 to 2017, having played on the Asian Tour in 2000 and winning the Order of Merit. He had six wins on the European Tour, including the KLM Open three times. After struggling with a wrist injury he retired from competitive golf in early 2019 to focus on teaching.


Paul Holtby: Winner of Golf Channel’s Big Break IV in Scotland, PGA Instructor. Certifications: Paul became a PGA Class A member in 1997 and has been a member of the Titleist Players Advisory Staff since 1988. He has earned the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Golf Professional Fitness Instructor (GPFI) Level One and Level Two Certifications in 2008 and Level Two Bio-Mechanics Certification in 2009. He’s also held the title of a Titleist Certified Advanced Club Fitter since 2007 and became a Certified Putting Instructor through Frankly Golf in 2011. Paul has been nominated as “Teacher of the Year” for the last five years in the NC-SCPGA. He earned the title of“Teacher of the Year” in 2010. He has also been nominated for “Teacher of the Year” in the SCPGA for numerous years.

Bill McKinney: PGA – 2011 SCPGA Metro Chapter Teacher of the Year, 2012 Horton Smith Award Winner. California’s only Master Instructor of both The Golfing Machine and Impact Zone Golf.

Lance Reader: President of Krank Golf and long-drive athlete. 2011 Aldila World Powergolf Matchplay Champion (Senior Division). 2010 Re/Max World Long Drive Championships 4th place (Senior Division). 5 time Re/Max World Long Drive Finalist. Longest Drives – 526, 521, 518, 516. Founder/Owner of Krank Golf®

Michael Furrh: Golf Professional, Instructor and Trick Shot Artist. Michael turned pro in 1997 and began playing JumboMax Grips in 2010. Michael holds 23 World Records including 5 Guinness World Records for the Longest Usable Golf Club. On January 2020, Michael  Furrh along with Mike Rausch and The First Tee of Ft. Worth and set another Guinness World Records swinging a 51 foot 1-inch driver using JumboMax Grips in multiple locations. Michael has raised over $435,000 for Texas charities with his trick shot shows feature JumboMax Grips on all Trick Shot Clubs.

Danny Mulhearn, PGA: Head Golf Professional, Glen Oak Country Club, Glen Ellyn, IL.

Otis Birdsong: Former NBA Player, Hall of Famer.

Don “The Human Bowling Ball” Nottingham: Former Baltimore Colt, Miami Dolphin, and NFL Superbowl Champion.

Steve Davies: Co-founder of Cure Putters.

Keith Cook: Golf Writer/Editor at