TaylorMade staff players celebrate Father's Day on bags
Saturday, June 14, 2014
PINEHURST, N.C. — The final round of the U.S. Open is traditionally played on Father's Day, which affords Dad's around the country a chance to play a morning round and then watch the game's best players try to win our national championship. In the spirit of the occasion, TaylorMade allowed its staff players to honor their fathers and sons by putting their names on their staff bags.
This weekend when you see Jason Day, you'll notice that he has his father's name, Dash Day, on his bag while Sergio Garcia honored his , Victor, by having his name embroidered on his staff bag.on his his bag. Darren Clarke, who missed the cut after shooting 75-72, chose to have his sons' names, Connor and Tyrone, on his bag.
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