Groove Rule?

Ken, do you say that because the 962 irons conform? D the two sets have identical grooves?

Basically I'm just saying that them comforming is about as sure a bet as you are going to get without having physically had your irons tested by the USGA and received a certification. The 962 and 962B were manufactured in the same place and the grooves were stamped to the same specs. Other than some small design differences to have the B play more like a pure blade, Titleist did the rest the same. Seeing as the 962s and Bs have V grooves like my 690CBs(which conform), I can't see any way the Bs don't meet the condition of competition rule.