If the price is too good to be true, there is a reason. Many people are purchasing and falling for scammers that are selling counterfeit golf clubs. It is really important that you look thoroughly at the details in golf clubs to avoid buying counterfeit products. Unless your are just looking for clubs without consistent performance, there is nothing wrong with that.
It seems that in the recent years making counterfeit clubs is a very popular trade among people. Make the clubs for really cheap and sell them for what most people are buying them for brand new… there’s a lot of money to be made!
People are getting even more profit by counterfeiting the shafts! Look at this Project X shaft, you can barely tell at first glance.
The most common clubs that are counterfeited are Scotty Cameron’s. Many people are always trying to look for a great deal, and in the end they get scammed for a fake putter.
To prevent this from happening, feel free to contact email@example.com for questions on authenticity. Send a picture of the head, and our experts will be able to spot a counterfeit.