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Golf Industry News - steve mccracken

Two persons found guilty of selling counterfeit Callaway Golf clubs and components have been sentenced to two years and one and one-half years in jail, respectively

Lawsuit alleges a wrongful attempt by Bridgestone to limit Callaway Golf’s success as a new entrant into the golf ball business. In the same court Bridgestone claims that Callaway Golf launched its “Rule 35” golf ball earlier this year even though Callaway Golf supposedly knew the ball infringed certain patents owned by Bridgestone