Callaway Golf Company claims in its complaint that it engineered a ball it unabashedly calls “the Holy Grail of golf balls.” Its ball, Calloway says, “has, among other things, both long distance off the tee as well as good feel and spin around the greens.”

But Acushnet Company, which makes Titleist balls, says in its complaint that Callaway’s ball infringes nine Acushnet patents, including its rights to “golf ball with improved flight performance” and “golf ball with spherical polygonal dimples.”

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