Moore leaves Scratch Golf, reportedly will sign with Adams
Ryan Moore has left Scratch Golf less than a year after entering into an agreement in which he not only became an endorser for the brand, but part owner.
"The nature of our agreement dictates that Ryan will no longer hold any ownership interest in Scratch Golf," said Ari Techner, Scratch Golf president and CEO in a statement. "This decision will allow both Ryan and Scratch Golf to pursue other opportunities in the golf industry and on Tour. We hope that Ryan will continue to play our clubs and we wish Ryan all the best in his future endeavors."
The moves comes two weeks after Moore ditched the company's irons for a set of Ping S56 sticks at the CIMB Asia Pacific Classic. Although Moore used those clubs to finish T-5, word from multiple sources on tour is that Moore will soon sign with Adams Golf to play its clubs.
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