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putterlabOn Friday PING will be doing a “Recycle Your Golf Glove” promotion at the TPC Scottsdale, home to the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The first 100 people who bring in an old glove will be “recycled” with a new PING Sensor Sport Glove (the same model Bubba Watson is wearing). The hand off (pun intended) will take place at the PING booth located inside the Exhibit area, which is where spectators enter and exit daily for the event.

Speaking of the Waste Management Phoenix Open and PING, headquartered in the Valley of the Sun, it’s been a busy week leading up to play starting at the tournament today. PING’s VIP range and putter lab were popular spots with a number of its staff pros. Lee Westwood, making his first appearance at the Waste Management spent time on Monday with the only equipment company he’s ever known as a professional. Proving it isn’t a one-way street; Westwood bought lunch for the PING Wrx and engineering teams. As is often the case, inquiring minds will want to know the Englishman sprung for Mexican food! No word whether he also fed some of his fellow competitors (13) that are taking part in the Waste Management Phoenix Open and made a trip to PING’s headquarters. Billy Horschel (photo by Missy Linnens) spent some time with his instructor in the putting lab in preparation for “The Greatest Show on Grass.”