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Titleist: Vokey Spin Milled 2009 Wedges

The Titleist Vokey Spin Milled 2009 Wedge is a popular counterfeit on the internet and we show you how to spot the fakes. There are a few differences that are easily noticeable when compared to the real thing. The counterfeit wedge presented here was pur   (more...)
 
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Ping: G15 Hybrid Clubs

Pings popular G15 Hybrid has durable stainless steel heads and a large internal toe pad making it a forgiving hybrid. Iron-style face and hosel design positions the Center of Gravity closer to the face to increase launch angle and reduce spin. Engineered   (more...)
 
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Mizuno: MX-700 Fairway Clubs

Mizuno has a long heritage of producing drivers, fairway woods, and hybrids that perform at every level. From weekend warriors all the way up to professional tours around the world, players of all skill levels can benefit from the consistency, feel, and p   (more...)
 
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Titleist: AP2 712 Irons

Titleist AP2 irons are some of the most copied clubs on the market today. Acushnet Company vigorously protects its intellectual property. To combat this threat, Acushnet is launching a worldwide security label program as the next step in the fight agains   (more...)
 
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Titleist: Pro V1 Golf Balls

Lately there has been an increase of counterfeit golf products making their way into the marketplace. While Titleist has a program to aggressively pursue those who engage in these practices, some counterfeit products find their way into the marketplace, e   (more...)
 
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TaylorMade: R9 Drivers

The R9 is TaylorMade's follow up to the highly successful R7 line of drivers. The R9 features a new enhanced club head shape. Unfortunately, the popular $400 R9 Driver is widely counterfeited in all of it's model variations on the internet. A number of   (more...)
 
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Titleist: Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Clubs

Lately there has been an increase of counterfeit golf products making their way into the marketplace. While we have a program to aggressively pursue those who engage in these practices, some counterfeit product finds its way into the marketplace, especial   (more...)
 
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Titleist: AP2 Irons

US Golf Equipment manufacturers estimate that there are 2 million counterfeit golf clubs produced each year. Titleist AP2 irons are some of the most copied clubs on the market today. Acushnet Company vigorously protects its intellectual property. To c   (more...)
 
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Ping: G10 Drivers

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PING has successfully built its premium brand based on quality and innovation. Unfortunately, that success attracts a growing number of counterfeiters who offer their fake PING products using websites, internet auctions and retail stores. PING continues   (more...)
 
 

 
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