Golf News, Source, PGA.com/news.- DENVER, Colo. (AP) -- A federal jury has awarded $2 million to a man struck in the head by a Wilson Sporting Goods golf club that came apart when his son swung it.
A lawyer for David Price, 48, said part of the award tops the amount allowed under Colorado law. The attorney added that Price still will likely collect about $1.1 million not including interest.
The jury awarded Price the amount Tuesday.
Price was injured while golfing in Longmont in 2002. According to testimony during trial, the club was a pitching wedge whose shaft was too narrowly ground and improperly fastened to the head.
A lawyer for Wilson Sporting Goods Company declined to comment.
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