Originally Posted by GaijinGolfer
The ego of TM is getting a little out of control.
Originally Posted by jamo
I only hope they're labelled properly, and in a way that can't be covered up with some paint. Otherwise this could make low-key amateur tournaments and club championships a mess.
Originally Posted by tristanhilton85
Eh... kind of disappointed by this. What's the point of playing the game if your going to do it with clubs that are against the rules. Obviously a lot of people don't care but, still, I don't like it.
It seems like TaylorMade is just pressing the issue and trying to get under the skin of the USGA.
Is it possible that that King guy is just full of hot air? I mean, he seems to be kind of a loudmouth jerk, so perhaps he's just talking big, but doesn't actually plan on doing this?
I really can't imagine that there would be THAT big of a market for non-conforming clubs. People you see on the golf course that use goofy things like the no-slice tees or the ball (that starts with a "p", but I forgot the actual name) that promises to go straight, are few and far between, AND are usually laughed at IN FRONT of their backs.