Looking back, then ahead
In completing a career post-mortem of his own achievements from southern Spain, Campbell is at ease. Unmoved at being labelled as “one of worst golfers to win a major” by an American sports broadcaster, Campbell feels no sense of urgency to defend a record in which he spent six years of his career ranked inside the top 50 players in the world, peaking at 12 in 2001.
He not only won a major championship, he also finished in the top-10 on four occasions, winning 15 times across three continents to rack up over $14 million in career earnings.
“Compared to a lot of other players, I’ve had a great career and that’s been important for me,” says Campbell. “If somebody had pulled me to one side when I first