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The 1990s-era Ping Eye 2 wedges with nonconforming-but-legal grooves are here to stay, at least in the short term.
Scott McCarron has apologized to Phil Mickelson for using the word“cheating” when he disagreed with Mickelson and others who use the Ping Eye2wedges t
US PGA TOUR
Northern Trust Open
Site: Los Angeles.
This is not the kind of publicity the U.S. PGA Tour had in mind.
You know the drill, Punxsutawney Phil peeks his groggy groundhog head out of his lair, gets spooked by his own shadow and the rest of us are left with six more weeks of winter.
Mojo 6 co-founder Ed Moses can intrigue you with the possibilities of his new tournament in Jamaica.
In response to the discussion relating to the groove regulation and the use of Ping Eye 2 irons manufactured prior to April 1, 1990, Ping chairman and CEO John Solheim issued the following state
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Rory McIlroy has called upon the world’s golf authorities to reconsider their controversial new regulations on the shape of grooves in the heads of golf cl