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PXG Sues TaylorMade for Patent Infringement

The PXG slogan is “Nobody makes golf clubs the way we do. Period.” Apparently, they take that motto very seriously. Bob Parsons, founder of PXG, took to Twitter to announce that he has sued TaylorMade Golf for infringement on multiple PXG patents.

While Parsons did not specify the details of the infringements, a review of the lawsuit by reveals that he is in part referring to the P790’s use of TPU-based SpeedFoam, which is used in a similar fashion to PXG’s thermoplastic elastomer in their injection filled, hollow-body club design. This is just one of several claims of patent infringement that the lawsuit makes.

One user on Twitter replied to Parsons with a jab at the high price point of PXG clubs – while also illustrating the very reason that Parsons would want to take legal action against TaylorMade:


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