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Cleveland Golf Settles Legal Dispute with Callaway Golf

Written by: Tony Korologos | Date: Tuesday, July 29th, 2014
Categories: EquipmentNews

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA – July 29, 2014 –Cleveland® Golf / Srixon® / XXIO® is pleased to report that it has settled its legal dispute with Callaway Golf® Company over usage of the Roger Cleveland name. The case, which is captioned Roger Cleveland Golf Company, Inc., et al. v. Callaway Golf Company, Case No. 8:13-cv-01642-AG-RNB, was pending in the United States District Court for the Central District of California, and had been filed last year. The terms of the settlement are confidential.

“We are pleased with the settlement terms,” said Todd Harman, President of Cleveland Golf / Srixon / XXIO – U.S.A. “At Cleveland Golf, Srixon, and XXIO, we are proud of our heritage, our innovations, as well as world class Cleveland Golf, Srixon and XXIO branded golf products, and the intellectual property rights associated with them. And we stand ready to protect and enforce those intellectual property rights whenever we deem it necessary or appropriate.”

Cleveland Golf, Srixon and XXIO manufacture and sell full lines of patented golf clubs, golf balls, and related accessories. For more information on Cleveland Golf, Srixon, and XXIO products or their staff players, please visit www.clevelandgolf.com, www.srixon.com, and www.xxiousa.com.

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