Hunter Mahan often displays the cool, laid-back demeanor and fashion-forward style of a California kid yet also possesses the fiery intensity he learned growing up playing the game in Texas. Finding a balance between the two has led to success at every level of competitive golf and, combined with his signature look - blond hair, sunglasses and classy, colorful shield-tip FJ golf shoes - has helped him become an ICON in the game.

Hunter was born in Orange, CA but spent most of his life in Texas. It was here that his golf career really took hold as he won the 1999 Texas 5A High School Championship and the 1999 USGA Junior Championship. He entered college as the top ranked junior golfer in the country and enjoyed immediate and continued success at USC and Oklahoma State. With a career's worth of victories, accolades and awards, including a 28th place finish at his first Masters, Hunter turned pro following his junior year and had little trouble earning and keeping his Tour card. Mahan wasn't always the picture of Zen, however, and it wasn't until a heated discussion with his sports psychologist at the U.S. Open Qualifier in 2006 that Mahan's career began to really blossom. No longer focusing on poor shots and missed opportunities, Mahan's new positive outlook led him to even greater success, including his first PGA Tour victory and a stellar showing in his first Ryder Cup where he led the United States team in scoring and was one of only two players to play in all five matches. With his signature style and cool demeanor, Hunter Mahan will surely be a golf ICON for years to come.