Scratch Golf and Ryan Moore have parted ways after forming a partnership a year ago, the company announced Tuesday in a news release.
“The nature of our agreement dictates that Ryan will no longer hold any ownership interest in Scratch Golf. This decision will allow both Ryan and Scratch Golf to pursue other opportunities in the golf industry and on Tour. We hope that Ryan will continue to play our clubs and we wish Ryan all the best in his future endeavors,” the statement from Scratch Golf president and CEO Ari Techner said.
“Ryan's presence on the PGA Tour greatly enhanced the visibility of Scratch Golf in the minds of the public and opened many doors for our brand, for which we are very grateful. We want to thank Ryan for the attention he has brought to our brand this year and wish him great success in the years to come.”
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