The ultimate equipment testers these days are a remarkable group that owns www.mygolfspy.com.
When it comes to no-nonsense equipment testing, they’re the go-to fellas.
Seems Callaway has earned a place of distinction in the Dog House, busted by the golf spies.
To be specific, the site found off-center Chrome Soft golf balls, one of Callaway’s biggest sellers.
Apparently there was enough evidence (see photo above) to get Callaway executives Sean Toulon and Alan Hocknell to go on the road and visit MyGolfSpy’s testing facility.
Once they got a gander of the bum balls, they pledged a $50 million investment to improve quality control in their ball-making process.
So what becomes of the off-center balls?
The gracious dogs of the DLN Dog House have volunteered to chew on them so that no unsuspecting golfer will have the suffer the consequences of playing an off-kilter ball.
In the meantime, into the Dog House with Callaway’s manufacturers.