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After All That, He's Sorry



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    Scott McCarron has apologized to Phil Mickelson for using the word "cheating" when he disagreed with Mickelson and others who use the Ping Eye2 wedges that are only allowed because of a legal loophole.

    PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem met with players at the Northern Trust Open in Los Angeles and, according to one player, said the tour was working with Ping to figure out a solution.

    McCarron caused a furor last week at Torrey Pines when he told The San Francisco Chronicle about Mickelson using Ping wedges with square grooves, "It's cheating, and I'm appalled Phil has put it in play."