Guess what? What's-his-name uses our clubs!
I love it when golf companies send out press releases, bragging about top, pro golfers using their clubs, but can’t name names because of contractual complexities.
The AT&T Classic winner used a Sonartec club when he won the tournament. Let’s see, all the information I have says that would be Zach Johnson.
The PR release refers to him variously as: “The AT&T Classic winner,” “The 2007 Masters champion,” and the “Drake University graduate.”
“Zach is on Titleist Staff and they own the rights to his name and likeness,” Sonartec spokesman Erik Boysen responded in an e-mail. “That is the reason we cannot use his name.”
Question: Why isn’t the Drake graduate using a hybrid made by a major golf club manufacturer which has the 2007 Masters winner on staff?
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In the interest of full journalistic disclosure, I am compelled to identify Ms. Stockard to our readers as a hot, young Alaskan dish who repeatedly tried to charm me out of my neoprene waders when I was cutting a sexual swath through the Last Frontier.
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