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Jeremy Thee

Jeremy Thee

City: Denver, CO

Birthdate: 5/13/1976

Average Round: 88

Best Round: 80

Golf vs. Limits

When he was six months old, Jeremy was diagnosed with polio. The right side of his body was paralyzed and doctors said he would never walk. But Jeremy’s mom never let her son feel he was different. As Jeremy got older, kids would kick his brace, causing him to fall down. When his dad introduced him to the game of golf, he found an outlet for his anger and frustration. He soon discovered that the game doesn’t treat him any differently than anyone else, and he took this lesson to heart off the course. Today, Jeremy is a force of positive energy, and we’re thrilled to welcome him into the Mizuno family as part of Team JPX.

PLAYING FAMOUSLY IS:

“To play the best that you can, to go out there and to leave it all out on the course.”

LESSONS LEARNED ON THE COURSE:

“The game of golf is always testing you, much like life.”

THOUGHTS ON THE JPX EZs:

“These irons make you feel like you can pull off any shot you need.”

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Tony Taylor

Tony Taylor

City: Myrtle Beach, SC

Birthdate: 6/13/1982

Handicap: 11

Golf vs. The Past

After two tours of duty in Iraq and one in support of Afghanistan operations, U.S. Marine Sergeant Tony Taylor turned to golf to help him with the struggles associated with returning to civilian life. The game taught him patience and brought him peace. Walking beautifully manicured fairways, he learned that there is no place on earth he’d rather be. Which is why today Tony works on the maintenance crew at a World Top 100 course and is studying to become a golf course superintendent. We support Tony both on and off the course, and we’re honored to have him as part of Team JPX.

PLAYING FAMOUSLY IS:

“The opportunity to show that the game is not all about the professionals.”

LESSONS LEARNED ON THE COURSE:

“To achieve perfection is not realistic, but that’s the never-ending pursuit.”

THOUGHTS ON THE JPX EZs:

“It feels like every shot that I hit I'm puring it, honestly.”

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Jerry Leonard

Jerry Leonard

City: Pearl River, LA

Birthdate: 4/14/1966

AVERAGE ROUND: 85

Golf vs. Katrina

In 2005, Hurricane Katrina destroyed Salmen High, where Jerry was the head football coach. Faced with the closing of the school, he spearheaded the rebuilding of the team. Without a facility, a field, or even a ball, seventeen kids showed up for that first practice. Jerry’s mentor encouraged him to take up golf as a way to cope with the weight on his shoulders. On the course, he learned to take things day-by-day, focusing on making one thing better today than it was yesterday. He brought this same attitude to practice, inspiring kids with sheetrock dust and mud from floodwaters on their uniforms. Slowly, the team and the school were rebuilt, and the community was galvanized. Ultimately, it was a winless season. Yet it was this coach’s most fulfilling. We are excited to welcome this inspirational force to Team JPX.

PLAYING FAMOUSLY IS:

“Overcoming adversity and dealing with life’s ups and downs.”

LESSONS LEARNED ON THE COURSE:

“Golf mirrors life in many ways; sometimes you get a break and sometimes you don't. But you have to keep moving forward either way.”

THOUGHTS ON THE JPX EZs:

“These irons are among the longest and most forgiving I’ve hit. Mizuno managed to make an extremely forgiving iron without looking chunky or bulky at address.”

Kadin Mahmet

Kadin Mahmet

City: Crown Point, IN

Birthdate: 5/14/1971

AVERAGE ROUND: 86

Golf vs. Duty

Before a head-on collision with a fleeing suspect ended his career, Kadin loved the challenges, camaraderie and fulfillment that came with being a police officer. Today, he relies on golf to help fill the void. After surgery and extensive rehabilitation on his injured back, his doctor urged him to walk. So Kadin took to the course, walking as far as his back would allow, the pain a small price to pay for peace of mind and a sense of accomplishment. Today, he can sometimes play nine. Other days, he can manage fifteen. But the number of holes he plays isn’t nearly as important as what he gets out of them. We know Kadin will make a strong addition to Team JPX, and we’re lucky to have him.

PLAYING FAMOUSLY IS:

“Playing with heart, integrity and a sense of pride, standing tall and being proud of who you are and what you believe in.”

LESSONS LEARNED ON THE COURSE:

“Golf has taught me that you don't have to give up.”

THOUGHTS ON THE JPX EZs:

“I found them to be very forgiving and distance control was constant, especially on off-center hits.”

Stephen Cox

Stephen Cox

City: Orlando, FL

Birthdate: 9/14/1984

BEST ROUND: 85

Golf vs. Work

When you're a firefighter and a paramedic, work is stressful. Your day begins when someone else is having a really bad one. After nine years of responding to car accidents and burning buildings, Stephen knew he needed to find a way to help clear his head of everything he was taking home. So one day last year, he joined several fellow firefighters on a trip to a local course. And, from that first tee shot, he was hooked. By the turn, he had found the outlet he was looking for, an opportunity to release and let go. Today, the constant challenges the game presents enable him to step away from work for a few hours at a time, and energize him for his next call. We welcome Stephen to Team JPX, and hope the game can continue to help him help others.

PLAYING FAMOUSLY IS:

“Staying determined and dedicated. Following your dreams.”

LESSONS LEARNED ON THE COURSE:

“One day you can bogey the hole. And the next day you birdie it.”

THOUGHTS ON THE JPX EZs:

“There is so much room for forgiveness. Every shot was a slice of heaven.”

Mike Bracy

Mike Bracy

City: Detroit, MI

Birthdate: 3/10/1969

AVERAGE ROUND: 99

Golf vs. Absence

Growing up in inner-city Detroit, Mike didn't learn golf from his father. He lived in a different town. In fact, their relationship consisted mostly of visits in the summer. Mike picked up the game later in life, and met the male mentors who would help keep him on the right path. When Mike had a child of his own, he knew he wanted a stronger bond with his son than the one he had with his father. So he turned to the game that helped teach him respect and perseverance. Mike believes the game attracts the type of role models he wants his 16-year-old son to associate with. And while his son's passion for the game hasn't reached Mike's level just yet, Mike knows there's no greater reward than the time the two spend together on the course. This summer, his son will be joining him at Westland Golf Course, where Mike is a ranger and his son will be a caddie. And today, Mike is joining Team JPX. Welcome to the team, Mike. Hit ‘em straight.

PLAYING FAMOUSLY IS:

“Making that shot that makes your buddies say, ‘Wow, I can't believe you just did that!”

LESSONS LEARNED ON THE COURSE:

“Perseverance. Sticking to it and practicing carried me a long way toward improving my golf game.”

THOUGHTS ON THE JPX EZs:

“The JPX EZs are my secret weapon on the course this season. I'm going to attack every pin as if I were on TV making the winning shot.”

Tim Buckland

Tim Buckland

City: Edmonton, AB

Birthdate: 8/20/1985

AVERAGE ROUND: 84

Golf vs. Chaos

Tim Buckland is a three-time cancer survivor. And Tim Buckland is a golfer. Taught the game by his father and grandfather at age 8, young Tim’s greatest love was golf. But a week before his 18th birthday, a testicular cancer diagnosis took the game away from him. After three long years, Tim was given a clean bill of health, only to see a new diagnosis six months later. Surgery couldn’t prevent the cancer from reappearing a third time. During months of chemo, the promise of golf kept Tim going. He was learning about new technology, gripping and regripping his clubs, and picturing the shots he would one day hit. When at last he stepped on that first tee again, he realized the chaos he had experienced in his life was beyond his control. But on the course, he was in charge. Today, Tim is seven years cancer-free, and he works with other young cancer survivors. He credits the game with helping him rediscover his passion for life. We are honored and inspired to welcome Tim, who is also the first Team JPXer from Canada.

PLAYING FAMOUSLY IS:

“To fight through the tough times and enjoy the experience.”

LESSONS LEARNED ON THE COURSE:

“To adapt when bad things happen. Sometimes things are just out of your control, but how you deal with them isn’t.”

THOUGHTS ON THE JPX EZs:

“It’s amazing to stand over a ball and confidently know where it is headed — that is what the JPX EZs do.”

Joe Wechsler

Joe Wechsler

City: Reston, VA

Birthdate: 3/19/1981

AVERAGE ROUND: 89

Golf vs. The Road

Joe Wechsler is at home on the golf course. He discovered the game by chance, finding an abandoned set of clubs in his dorm room closet. He starting playing with his roommates on the golf team, and a lifelong passion was born. This passion would prove to be a constant in a life defined by change. Since college, he has lived in 10 different places across three countries. And today Joe’s job as a project manager for a consulting firm takes him away from his wife and 18-month-old son nearly every week. To combat the challenges of living out of a suitcase, Joe always brings another piece of luggage — his clubs. And wherever he finds himself, he tries to find a few hours each week to get re-centered on the course. Joe, we’re excited to have you join Team JPX. Where should we send your new clubs?

PLAYING FAMOUSLY IS:

“Chasing dreams, constantly improving, building meaningful relationships and, most importantly, having fun!”

LESSONS LEARNED ON THE COURSE:

“Patience — both on and off the course. Golf provides evidence that you can bounce back from anything if you are patient enough to allow that to happen.”

THOUGHTS ON THE JPX EZs:

“I am always trying to get better. The JPX EZs provide the feedback I need to understand what that will take and the forgiveness that still makes it fun. I hit more of the ‘shots that bring you back’ than ever before!”

Amy Newman

Amy Newman

City: Concord, NC

Birthdate: 7/13/1984

AVERAGE ROUND: 95

Golf vs. Balance

All work and no play wasn't working for Amy. Even when she was out of the office, the office was coming with her. On vacation, at family gatherings and on the course, Amy was glued to her cellphone, available 24/7. Last year, during a round with her boyfriend and father, Amy spent the majority of the round answering calls and texts from work, and she knew something had to change. From that day forward, Amy's phone stayed in her bag. And she learned to be present — to empty her mind of unanswered voicemails and growing to-do lists, and to actually enjoy each shot. The game forced her to slow down, enabling her to focus on what was right in front of her. Today, her phone stays in her bag (OK, she still checks it at the turn), and she returns to work refreshed and focused. Welcome to Team JPX, Amy, and keep that phone in the bag. September will be here before you know it.

PLAYING FAMOUSLY IS:

“An opportunity to live a dream and experience golf with a different point of view.”

LESSONS LEARNED ON THE COURSE:

“It is OK to fail as long as you are learning and failing forward.”

THOUGHTS ON THE JPX EZs:

“It is a club that provides the most opportunity for success.”

Joe Bracamonte

Joe M. Bracamonte

City: Fresno, CA

Birthdate: 4/24/1973

AVERAGE ROUND: 86

Golf vs. Temptation

Joe Bracamonte hates broccoli. But he loves golf more. Several years ago, this father of four's weight had ballooned to 284 lbs. Joe knew he needed to make a change, and he knew it wasn't going to be easy. So he set goals for himself. He improved his eating habits. He committed to running or walking five days a week. And, if he was good, he would reward himself with range time or a round of golf. For the first two weeks, he struggled to stick to this new regimen, and, as promised, didn't hit a ball. The next day, he kept to his diet and exercise, finally earning that first bucket of balls. His love of the game was all the motivation Joe needed. He calls golf his dessert for eating his broccoli. Today, he has changed his diet, run over 500 miles and lost over 60 pounds. You'll find Joe on the course at sunrise, three days a week. Walking, of course. Team JPX is excited to have you, Joe!

PLAYING FAMOUSLY IS:

“Playing with integrity. In golf, you keep your own score and at the end of the day you will always know the truth. Have fun, play hard and always play it as it lies.”

LESSONS LEARNED ON THE COURSE:

“Golf has taught me that when you want to improve, you must set a goal and develop a plan. Hope is not a plan, so you write it down, you tell your friends and then you go out, work hard and get better.”

THOUGHTS ON THE JPX EZs:

“The JPX EZs are amazing! The sweet spot feels like butter, and since it is so huge, I get that great feeling often. I'll admit, I didn't hit the sweet spot every time, but even when I didn't, distance wasn't an issue because off-center hits still go a long way. Great looking club, too.”

Eric Barry

Eric Barry

City: New Haven, CT

Birthdate: 4/30/1981

AVERAGE ROUND: 85

Golf vs. The Spotlight

Eric Barry is a professional opera singer. Years of language study, voice lessons and practice have landed Eric on some of the world’s most renowned stages. Night after night, he sings in one of nine languages, without amplification, over an 80-piece orchestra. And night after night, Eric must deliver. Last spring, the pressure became too much, and Eric started to experience debilitating anxiety. To help him past this block, Eric turned to his performance coach. She used his love of golf to his advantage. On a field trip to the nearest course, she explained that each individual swing is an opportunity to overcome judgment, anxiety and expectations. To not overthink it, to trust your muscle memory, and to simply let it fly. Eric applied this lesson to his singing, and he overcame his anxiety. Today, he regularly hits the course to help him stay sharp on stage. Welcome to Team JPX, Eric!

PLAYING FAMOUSLY IS:

“Playing with unbridled enthusiasm and enjoying the beauty of the moment.”

LESSONS LEARNED ON THE COURSE:

“No matter my skill level today, I can always be better tomorrow.”

Josh Kruger

Josh Kruger

City: Henrico, VA

Birthdate: 7/11/1967

AVERAGE ROUND: 101

Golf vs. 8,000 Miles

Like many of us, Josh Kruger has a golfing buddy — his son. But there's one problem. They've never actually played together. When his son was 14 years old, Josh and his family moved from South Africa to America. Adjusting to a new life together, Josh and his son became inseparable. Then, on a visit back to South Africa in 2010, his son met the love of his life, and he decided to move back. Suddenly, 8,000 miles separated Josh from his best friend. In the months that followed, they each discovered the bridge that would reconnect them: a newfound passion for golf. “You should have seen me drive 290 yards today, dad. ” “Today, I chipped in from 17 yards, son. ” These are the conversations that stretch across continents and keep Josh connected to his son. Today, Josh plays with a picture of his playing partner taped to his bag, waiting patiently for the day they'll actually tee off together. Team JPX is excited to have you, Josh!

PLAYING FAMOUSLY IS:

“Playing the game with integrity, pride and delight while being an example and a source of encouragement to others.”

LESSONS LEARNED ON THE COURSE:

“Relationships are more important than results. You can't forget the person teeing off with you, because no perfect drive, no eagle, no victory is more important than them. Our friendship will outlast even the best round.

THOUGHTS ON THE JPX EZs:

“Amazingly consistent. I still remember the first time I hit them at a demo day: I was totally blown away by how my 'consistent inconsistency' was cured. The bottom line: I stopped demoing other clubs.”

Playing golf helped Mizuno Brand Ambassador and LPGA Player of the Year Stacy Lewis cope with six years in a back brace and corrective surgery when the brace didn’t work. And as we all know, her victory over scoliosis was just the first of many.

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  • 1. NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN THIS CONTEST. PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. VOID IN PUERTO RICO, U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS, U.S. TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS AND THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC, AND WHERE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW.

  • 2. CONTEST PERIOD; ENTRY PERIODS. The 2014 Mizuno Golf “Play Famously” Contest (the “Contest”) begins February 3, 2014 and ends July 11, 2014 at 12:00 (noon) Eastern Time (the “Contest Period”).

    The Contest Period is divided into five (5) Contest judging periods (“Judging Periods”):

    • Judging Period #1 February 3, 2014 – March 7, 2014
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  • 3. ELIGIBILITY. The Contest is open only to legal residents of the 50 states of the United States and the District of Columbia and Canada (except the Province of Quebec) who at time of entry are at least nineteen (19) years of age (and at least the age of majority in their state/province of residence). (Proof of residency and age may be required.) Officers, directors, and employees (collectively, “employees”) of Mizuno USA, Inc. (“Sponsor”), Mizuno Canada Ltd. (“Mizuno Canada”), The Brand AMP, LLC (“The Brand AMP”), McKinney Ventures, LLC (“McKinney”), Leader Enterprises, Inc. (“Leader”), and their parents, subsidiaries, affiliated companies, agents, advertising and promotional agencies, those involved in the execution and administration of the Contest and the immediate family members (defined as parents, spouse, children, siblings, grandparents) of such employees, and all those with whom such employees are domiciled, are NOT eligible to enter or win. Professional golfers and those who play golf for a living are not eligible to enter or win.

    Individuals who are (a) athletes at National Collegiate Athletic Association (“NCAA”) member institutions, Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (“CCAA”) member institutions, and certain other post secondary institutions or (b) high school athletes committed to NCAA member institutions, CCAA member institutions, and certain other post secondary colleges institutions (collectively, “College Athletes”) may be ineligible to enter or win this Contest according the rules and regulations of the NCAA, the CCAA, other inter-collegiate athletic associations and/or the post secondary institution the College Athlete attends (or is committed to attend). Any College Athlete who desires to enter this Contest should first consult with his/her post secondary institution’s compliance officer or athletic department director before entering. All winners of the Contest must agree to sign the Team JPX Agreement described in section 6 below and must participate in all required Team JPX activities. According to the United States Golf Association (the “USGA”), a winner of this Contest who is a golfer “of skill and reputation” will lose his/her amateur status during all such time that such winner is subject to the terms of the JPX Agreement and that Sponsor makes commercial use of such winner’s image. Anyone concerned with maintaining his/her amateur status with the USGA or with the Royal Canadian Golf Association (the “RCGA”) should consult the USGA and/or the RCGA for an opinion prior to accepting any Contest prize. Sponsor, Mizuno Canada, The Brand AMP, Leader and McKinney make no representation as to the ability of any College Athlete to participate in this Contest or of any winner to maintain his/her amateur status, and are not responsible for, and hereby disclaim, any and all responsibilities, obligations, liabilities, claims and damages associated with a College Athlete’s/golf amateur’s decision to participate in this Contest or accept a Contest prize.

  • 4. HOW TO ENTER. During the Contest Period, you can enter the Contest and become a contestant in the Contest (a “Contestant”) by visiting the Contest website at www.playfamously (the “Website”). You’re invited to visit an authorized Mizuno retailer or Mizuno demo day and try out the new Mizuno Golf JPX-EZ irons. After that, visit the Website during the Contest Period and follow the instructions and complete the Contest entry form (the “Entry Form”). In order to complete your entry into the Contest, you must also submit an essay on the Website (an “Essay”), up to a maximum of 300 words, that meets the requirements described in Section 4(a) below and describes why you deserve to be a member of Mizuno’s “Team JPX,” a team of golfers passionate about the game of golf for whom golf has been instrumental in helping overcome a specific challenge in their lives. In addition to your Essay, you may also (but are not required to) submit/upload up to two (2) photographs (“Photographs”) and/or submit a URL (link) to one (1) video on YouTube or Vimeo meeting the requirements below (a “Video”), depicting/describing why you deserve to be a Team JPX member and how golf helped (or is helping) you overcome a specific challenge in your life.

    For purposes of this Contest and these Official Rules, your “Entry” is, collectively, the information and materials submitted by you as a Contestant, including, without limitation, the information disclosed through the Entry Form, and the Essay, Photographs and/or Video submitted. Limit one (1) Entry per person and/or per email address. To be eligible to win a Grand Prize awarded for a particular Judging Period, your Entry must be received by 12:00 (noon) Eastern Time on the last day of that particular Judging Period. The last day for the submission of Entries is July 11, 2014.

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    • (a) You must submit one (1) Essay as part of your Entry. Your Essay must succinctly describe/demonstrate (i) why you deserve to be a member of Team JPX, (ii) your passion for the game of golf, and (iii) how the game of golf helped (or is helping) you overcome a specific challenge in your life. Your Essay may be no more than 300 words in length (including, without limitation, words such as “I,” “a,” “and,” etc.), as determined by the Sponsor in its sole discretion. In addition, you must submit one (1) word (20 characters or less) that describes the challenge that golf has helped (or is helping) you overcome. (Please note that the one word description of your challenge will not be judged as part of the Essay and will not impact the score for your Entry.)
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    • (m) Entries may not convey or communicate any message inconsistent with the positive brand, reputation for wholesomeness or good will of Sponsor.
    • (n) You must fully complete the Entry Form. Any illegible, unintelligible, garbled, incomplete, or non-complying Entries are not permitted and will be rejected.

    Sponsor reserves the right in its sole and unfettered discretion to reject or disqualify any Entry for any reason, including any Entry that Sponsor believes violates or potentially violates any of the foregoing requirements or otherwise fails to comply with any provision of these Official Rules. Contestant acknowledges and agrees that once submitted, the Entry may be posted on the Website, social networking sites and any websites controlled or operated by Sponsor or its affiliates, divisions or subsidiaries. Whether a submitted Entry is ever used or posted by Sponsor on the Website or any social media site or otherwise presented for viewing by the public is in the sole and absolute discretion of Sponsor. The decisions of Sponsor on this and all matters pertaining to the Contest shall be final and binding.

    Please note that you may not be sent confirmation of receipt of an Entry; in the event that your Entry is acknowledged in any way following submission, such acknowledgement does not constitute any representation by Sponsor as to the eligibility of your Entry. Any automated computer receipt (such as one confirming delivery of email) does not constitute proof of actual receipt by Sponsor for purposes of these Official Rules. The submission of an Entry is solely the responsibility of the Contestant, and all Internet access and usage charges are the responsibility of the Contestant.

    In the event of a dispute over the identity of a Contestant, the winner will be the Authorized Account Holder of the e-mail address submitted on the Entry Form. “Authorized Account Holder” shall be deemed to mean the natural person who is assigned to an e-mail address by an Internet access provider, online service provider, or other organization that is responsible for assigning e-mail addresses for the domain associated with the submitted e-mail address. No automatic, programmed, robotic or similar means of entry are permitted.

    Entries will not be returned. Contestant agrees that Contestant will not use the Entry for any purpose, other than to enter this Contest. By participating in this Contest, Contestants will be sharing their personal information with Sponsor; personal information collected by Sponsor will be used solely for administration of the Contest and awarding prizes and is subject to Sponsor’s Privacy Policy (which is available at http://www.mizunousa.com/corporate/privacy).

    For a copy of these Official Rules, please print them from the Website, by July 11, 2014.

  • 5. JUDGING AND DETERMINATION OF WINNERS. All Entries must meet the Contest entry requirements described in these Official Rules. Eligible Entries will be judged by a panel of independent, qualified judges appointed by Sponsor, which may consist of representatives from Sponsor, Mizuno Canada, The Brand AMP, McKinney and other organizations. Contest judging determinations are in the sole and absolute discretion of the judges, and such decisions and determinations are not subject to further review or appeal by Contestants. Because of the unique nature and scope of the Contest, Sponsor cannot accurately predict the number of Contestants who will participate in the Contest. Odds of winning depend on the nature, quality and number of eligible Entries received during the Contest Period (and for each Judging Period).

    Preliminary Judging. The judges will periodically review eligible Entries as they are submitted in the “Preliminary Judging,” where each judge will award up to a total of 100 points for an Entry according to the following judging criteria and point award method (the “Preliminary Judging Criteria”): (i) skill and creativity in describing/depicting why the Contestant should be a Team JPX member (0-30 points); (ii) demonstrated passion for the game of golf (0-30 points); and (iii) demonstration of how the game of golf helped (or is helping) the Contestant overcome a specific challenge in the Contestant’s life (0-40 points). The overall total score received for an Entry from the judges in the Preliminary Judging is referred to as that Entry’s “Preliminary Score.” All eligible Entries received will be judged in the Preliminary Judging at least one time during the Judging Period in which they are received.

    At the end of each Judging Period, the Contestants with Entries receiving the highest Preliminary Scores for such Judging Period will be deemed the Judging Period finalists (the “Finalists”) for that particular Judging Period. One Contest judge (the “Interview Judge”) will then contact each Finalist and conduct a telephone interview with each Finalist (an “Interview”). The Interview Judge will judge the quality of each Interview and will award up to a total of 100 points for each Finalist Interview (the “Interview Score”). A Finalist’s Interview Score will be added to such Finalist’s Preliminary Score to obtain that Finalist’s “Total Finalist Score.” The Grand Prizes available for a particular Judging Period will be awarded based on a ranking of the highest Total Finalist Scores for such Judging Period.

    In the event of a tie among Entries for a Finalist position or for a Grand Prize, the judges will re-judge the tied Entries using the Preliminary Judging Criteria, until such time as the Finalist position or Grand Prize winner is determined.

    CANADIAN CONTESTANTS: In addition to the provisions set out above, Canadian Contestants will also be required to correctly answer, unaided, a mathematical skill-testing question in order to be declared a winner.

    Assuming that there are a sufficient number of qualified, eligible Entries received in the overall Contest Period, Sponsor will award a total of ten (10) Grand Prizes. (The two (2) Finalists with the highest Total Finalist Scores in each of the 5 Judging Periods will each receive a Grand Prize, for a total of 10 Grand Prizes being awarded in the Contest.) All non-winning Entries received in a particular Judging Period will be carried over and considered in the following Judging Period(s); however, Grand Prize winning Entries will not be carried over or considered for additional prizes. Limit one (1) Grand Prize per Contestant. In the event that Sponsor receives less than the minimum number of eligible Entries required to award all of the available Grand Prizes for a particular Judging Period, any un-awarded Grand Prizes will be carried over and available for award in the following Judging Period. In the event that Sponsor receives less than the minimum number of eligible Entries required in order to award all of the Grand Prizes available for the overall Contest Period, such prizes will remain un-awarded.

  • 6. WINNER NOTIFICATION. Potential winners must comply with all of the terms and conditions of these Official Rules, and winning is contingent upon fulfilling all requirements. Potential winners will be notified by phone, email or mail. Because of the need for Sponsor to timely announce the prize winners, if any potential winner notification is returned as undeliverable, or if potential winner does not respond to notification within five (5) days of the date of prize notification, prize may be forfeited at Sponsor’s sole discretion, and the Contestant with the next highest score may become an alternate winner.

    Potential Grand Prize winners will be required to sign and return a notarized Affidavit of Eligibility/Ownership/Liability Release and Copyright Assignment, Publicity Release and Team JPX Agreement (collectively, a “Team JPX Agreement”) within five (5) days of the date of prize notification in order to receive prize. Through the Team JPX Agreement, each potential Grand Prize winner, among other things: (i) covenants and agrees to participate in all required activities as a Team JPX member, including, without limitation, participating in the Mizuno JPX Invitational golf tournament and in certain required promotional activities; and (ii) agrees to publicize winner’s preparation for the Mizuno JPX Invitational, to participate in various video shoots and interviews, and to promote the Mizuno JPX Invitational tournament and Mizuno as required by the Team JPX Agreement; (iii) grants a publicity release to Sponsor (as permitted by law); and (iv) agrees to represent Sponsor favorably as a member of Team JPX and to behave in such manner so as ensure that Sponsor’s use of such person in advertising or publicity will not bring Sponsor into public disrepute, contempt, scandal or ridicule or reflect unfavorably on the Sponsor as determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion. In the event that the names, likeness, voices, image or personal information of any third parties appear in a potential winner’s Entry, such potential winner will be required to provide a signed release and assignment of rights from each person named, heard, shown or otherwise discussed in the Entry (and in the case of minors, from the minor’s parent or legal guardian) within five (5) days of the date of prize notification. In the event of non-compliance with any of these requirements, the prize will be forfeited and the Contestant with the next highest score may be selected as an alternate winner. Unclaimed prizes and/or forfeited prizes may not be awarded.

    If Sponsor so elects, a potential Grand Prize winner may be required to submit to, and cooperate in, a confidential background check to confirm eligibility as a Team JPX member and to help ensure that the use of any such person in the required advertising, publicity and promotional activities of Sponsor will not bring Sponsor into public disrepute, contempt, scandal or ridicule or reflect unfavorably on Sponsor as determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion. If requested, potential Grand Prize winner will agree to such background check and understands and agrees that Sponsor may disqualify such person based on the results of the background check. In the event of such disqualification, the prize will be forfeited and Sponsor may, in its sole discretion, award prize to the Contestant with the next highest score.

  • 7. PRIZES. Assuming that there are a sufficient number of qualified, eligible Entries received in the overall Contest Period, Sponsor will award a total of ten (10) Grand Prizes in the Contest.

    Grand Prize consists of a position on Team JPX and a trip for Grand Prize winner and one (1) guest to Atlanta, Georgia for 3 days/2 nights on 9/13/14 - 9/15/14 during which winner will compete (and guest may caddie for winner) in the Mizuno Amateur Staff Championship, a/k/a the “Mizuno JPX Invitational.” Grand Prize specifically includes: (i) round-trip, coach-class air transportation for two to Atlanta from the closest major airport to the winner’s home address (determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion); (ii) transportation in Atlanta during trip; (iii) one (1) room hotel accommodations (double occupancy) for two nights; (iv) a set of Mizuno JPX-EZ golf clubs (including a set of JPX-EZ irons, a JPX-EZ driver, a JPX-EZ fairway wood, a JPX-EZ Hybrid club, and two JPX wedges) for winner; (v) a custom club fitting (for JPX-EZ irons) for winner; (vi) one (1) Mizuno staff golf club bag for winner; (vii) a season’s worth of Mizuno Golf Apparel for winner (including 6 Mizuno golf shirts, 12 pairs of Mizuno golf gloves, 6 pieces of Mizuno headwear, a Mizuno pullover, a Mizuno leather belt, and a Mizuno Tour umbrella and towel); (viii) the opportunity for winner to participate as a contestant (and winner’s guest to participate as a caddie) in the Mizuno JPX Invitational (weather permitting); and (ix) the opportunity for winner to serve as a member of Team JPX and to participate in the Team JPX activities (described more fully in the Team JPX Agreement).  Total approximate retail value (“ARV”) of Grand Prize: $6,800.00 (USD); actual value may vary based on airfare and hotel fluctuations. (The opportunity to participate in the Mizuno JPX Invitational and to serve as a member of Team JPX has no cash value.)

    Grand Prize winner and winner’s guest must be available to travel on actual dates set for trip by Sponsor, or winner will forfeit Grand Prize in its entirety and an alternate Grand Prize winner may be selected. If Grand Prize winner (and/or guest) resides in Canada, Grand Prize winner (and/or guest) must have a valid passport and be otherwise legally eligible for travel to the United States. Grand Prize winner’s guest will be required to sign and return a liability release not less than 14 days before departure date or will not be permitted to accompany winner on trip. If Grand Prize winner’s guest is a minor, parent or legal guardian must sign and return release not less than 14 days before departure date and must accompany minor on trip (which cost is not provided as part of prize). No additional compensation will be provided in the event that Grand Prize winner elects not to invite a guest to accompany winner on trip. Grand Prize winner and winner’s guest must travel on the same itinerary, and are responsible for providing all required identification and travel documents and complying with all applicable security requirements. In the event of non-compliance with any of these requirements, the Grand Prize will be forfeited in its entirety and Sponsor may, at its sole discretion, award the prize to an alternate winner. If Grand Prize winner and guest cannot travel on trip for any reason whatsoever after all travel arrangements are made, Grand Prize winner will forfeit prize and Sponsor may at its sole discretion award the prize to an alternate winner.

    In the event that Grand Prize winner resides within 200 miles of Atlanta, Georgia, ground transportation may be provided to such winner in the lieu of air travel and no additional compensation will be provided for travel to and from destination as part of trip portion of prize. In the event that the Mizuno JPX Invitational is postponed or canceled, including because of weather, Sponsor will not be responsible for awarding that portion of the prize and no substitution or compensation will be provided. The remainder of the Grand Prize will be awarded.

    Prizes (and any portion(s) thereof) are non-transferable. Unless otherwise specifically provided for herein, all taxes or expenses, including, without limitation, expenses associated with the Grand Prize not specified herein as part of Grand Prize (such as gratuities, incidental charges, surcharges, personal expenses, insurance, telephone charges, and other transportation costs), sales tax, luxury tax, and any other costs incurred in claiming or using any of the prizes, are the sole responsibility of the prize winner. No prize substitution or cash equivalent of prize, except at Sponsor’s sole discretion, and then only for a prize of equal or greater value. Any difference between the actual value of any prize and the approximate retail value set forth in these Official Rules may not be claimed and will not be awarded.

  • 8. GENERAL CONDITIONS. Contest is subject to all applicable federal, state/provincial, and local laws and regulations. By entering, Contestant agrees: (i) to be bound by these Official Rules and the decisions of the judges, which are final and binding in all respects; (ii) that Contestant’s Entry cannot be used by Contestant (or third parties) for any commercial purpose other than to enter this Contest; (iii) to be contacted by Sponsor by mail, email or telephone; and (iv) to participate in all applicable post-winning activities as set forth in these Official Rules. By entering the Contest, Contestant further agrees that Sponsor and any of its designees may post, publish and use all or any part of Contestant’s Entry (and if Contestant is a prize winner, use Contestant’s name, voice, likeness, image, statements, biographical data, address (city and state/province only) and prize information) in any and all media now existing or hereafter devised for illustration, promotion, art, editorial, advertising, trade or any other purpose whatsoever, in perpetuity, without attribution, notification, compensation or consents (except where prohibited by law), and Contestant hereby releases Sponsor, Mizuno Canada, The Brand AMP, McKinney, Leader, YouTube, Vimeo, and their respective parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliated entities, shareholders, members, managers, officers, printers, distributors, and advertising agencies, and their employees, agents, representatives and consultants (collectively, the “Released Parties”) from any liability with respect thereto.

    Sponsor reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to: (i) disqualify from this or any contest it sponsors, now or in the future, any person it finds, in its sole discretion, has violated these Official Rules, entered or attempted to enter the Contest more than the permitted number of times through the use of multiple email addresses or any other device or means, or tampered with the entry process, the operation of the Contest, or any other aspect of this Contest; and (ii) modify, cancel or suspend part or all of this Contest in the event that human or technical occur in the administration of this Contest or the processing of Entries, or other errors, printing errors, tampering, fraud, unauthorized intervention, technical failure, or other causes beyond Sponsor’s control, corrupt or impair the administration, security, fairness or proper play of the Contest. In such event, or in the event the Contest is cancelled, suspended or discontinued for any reason, Sponsor may judge and award prizes based on Contest information collected up to the time of Contest cancellation or suspension. Sponsor reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to extend the Contest Period in the event that Sponsor receives an insufficient number of qualified Entries in the Contest (as determined by Sponsor in its sole and absolute discretion).

    The Released Parties shall not have any obligation or responsibility, including any responsibility to award any prizes to Contestants, with regard to: (i) Entries that contain inaccurate information or do not comply with or violate these Official Rules; (ii) Entries or prize claims or notifications that are lost, late, unintelligible, damaged, delayed, destroyed, misdirected, garbled, incomplete, illegible or are otherwise not received by the intended recipient, in whole or in part, due to computer, human or technical error of any kind; (iii) any error, omission, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation or transmission, theft or destruction or unauthorized access to, or alternation of, Entries, or any incorrect or inaccurate transcription of entry information; (iv) Contestants who have committed fraud or deception in entering or participating in the Contest or in claiming any prize; (v) any problems or technical malfunctions of the Contest, the Website, or of any telephone or communications network or lines, computer on-line systems, servers or providers, computer equipment, software, or traffic congestion on the internet or at any website, or any combination thereof, including any injury or damage to Contestant’s or any other person’s computer related to or resulting from participation or downloading any materials related to this Contest; (vi) any inability of a winner to accept a prize for any reason; (vii) early termination of the Contest, or the inability to award any prize, in the event Sponsor receives fewer than the number of qualified Entries necessary (as determined by Sponsor in its sole and absolute discretion) to award such prize; or (viii) the inability to award all or any part of a prize due to errors, delays or interruptions due to Acts of God, natural disasters, terrorism, weather or any other similar event beyond Sponsor’s reasonable control.

    By entering and/or participating in this Contest, Contestant releases and agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Released Parties from any and all liability for any accident, loss, tax liability, injury, death or damage of any kind, arising from Contestant’s participation in this Contest or in any Contest related activity, or resulting from acceptance, possession, use or misuse of any prize, or while traveling to and/or from a location as part of or to obtain or use a prize. Contestants and prize winners acknowledge that the Released Parties have neither made nor are in any manner responsible or liable for any warranty, representations or guarantees, express or implied, in fact or in law, relative to any prize, including, but not limited to, express warranties provided by the manufacturer of the goods or their affiliates.

  • 9. REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES; INDEMNIFICATION. By entering this Contest, Contestant represents and warrants as follows: (i) the Entry is the Contestant’s sole, original work, and Contestant holds the sole and exclusive rights to the Entry; (ii) the Entry was created solely by the Contestant for the purpose of entering the Contest; (iii) no part of the Entry has been previously published, distributed or otherwise exploited; (iv) the Entry does not and will not violate or infringe upon the copyright, trademark, privacy, publicity, or other personal or proprietary rights of any person or entity; (v) the Entry does not contain any computer virus and is otherwise uncorrupted; (vi) the Entry does not and will not violate any applicable laws or applicable publishing/posting standards or requirements; (vii) the Entry is not and will not be defamatory or libelous, and as of the date of submission, is not the subject of any actual or threatened litigation or claim; (viii) any person appearing or otherwise identified in the Entry consents (or if a minor, has the consent of his/her parent/legal guardian) to the Entry and its use in the Contest and as otherwise set forth in these Official Rules; and (ix) the Entry otherwise complies with all of the requirements and conditions of the Official Rules, including, without limitation, all those requirements and conditions listed in section 4 of these Official Rules.

    Contestant hereby agrees to indemnify and hold the Released Parties harmless from and against any and all third-party claims, actions or proceedings of any kind and from any and all damages, liabilities, costs and expenses relating, in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, to or arising out of any breach or alleged breach of any of the warranties, representations or agreements of Contestant hereunder.

  • 10. GRANT OF RIGHTS. By entering, Contestant irrevocably grants Sponsor, its subsidiaries, divisions, affiliates, and advertising and promotional agencies, an unlimited, worldwide, perpetual, non-exclusive, royalty-free, unconditional license and absolute right to edit, modify, adapt, distribute, stream, post, publish, broadcast, reproduce, store, copy, transmit, publicly display, exhibit, exploit and/or otherwise use the Entry (including the Essay, Photographs and/or Video) in whole or in part, and copyrights and moral rights therein, in any way and in any and all media now known or later invented, in Sponsor’s sole discretion, including but not limited to, the posting of the Entry (in whole or in part) on the Website, social networking sites or any websites controlled or operated by Sponsor or its affiliates, divisions or subsidiaries. Contestant also agrees by entering to waive any moral rights in the Entry. Upon Sponsor’s request, Contestant agrees to sign any and all legal forms deemed necessary by Sponsor to make use of the non-exclusive rights Contestant is granting to use the Entry, or that Sponsor may otherwise reasonably require in order to effectuate the purposes and intents of these Official Rules.

  • 11. DISPUTE RESOLUTION. Any and all disputes with respect to this Contest will be resolved in the appropriate courts in the State of Georgia, USA, exclusively, and subject to the laws of the State of Georgia, USA, without regard to conflicts of laws principles. Should there be a conflict between the laws of the State of Georgia, USA, and any other laws, the conflict will be resolved in favor of the laws of the State of Georgia, USA. By entering, Contestant consents to the jurisdiction and venue of the federal, state and local courts located in/for Gwinnett County, Georgia, USA. If any provision of these Official Rules is determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable, such determination shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision. Except where prohibited, by entering this Contest, Contestant agrees that: (i) any and all disputes, claims, and causes of action arising out of or connected with this Contest, or any prize awarded, or the determination of the winners, shall be resolved individually, without resort to any form of class action; (ii) any and all claims, judgments and awards shall be limited to actual out-of-pocket costs incurred, including costs associated with participating in this Contest, but in no event attorneys’ fees; and (iii) under no circumstances will Contestant be permitted to obtain awards for, and Contestant hereby waives all rights to claim, punitive damages, incidental damages, consequential damages or any other damages, other than for actual out-of-pocket expenses, and any and all rights to have damages multiplied or otherwise increased. (NOTE: Some jurisdictions do not allow the limitation or exclusion of liability for incidental or consequential damages, so the above may not apply to you.)

  • 12. WARNING. Any attempt by CONTESTANT or any other person to deliberately undermine the legitimate operation OF THE WEBSITE OR OF this CONTEST may be a violation of criminal and civil laws, and should such an attempt be made, SPONSOR reserveS the right to seek remedies and damages (including attorneys’ fees) from any such CONTESTant or OTHER person to the fullest extent permitted by law, including seeking criminal prosecution.

  • 13. SPONSOR. Sponsor: Mizuno USA, Inc., 4925 Avalon Ridge Parkway, Norcross, Georgia 30071.

  • 14. WINNERS LIST. For names of prize winners, send a self-addressed, stamped, business-size envelope to: 2014 Mizuno Golf “Play Famously” Contest Winners List, 3030 Old Ranch Pkwy., Suite 300, Seal Beach, CA 90740, by January 30, 2015. Information regarding scores awarded for Entries will not be available.

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