TaylorMade is adding a new addition to their line of M irons with the recently announced M CGB model. The M CGB is meant as a game-improvement set, boasting the highest peak trajectory of any iron from the company since 2012. The model is advertised as “long, high, forgiving, and incredibly easy to hit”.
A man pursued by police in a car chase on Tuesday gave the “driving range” a whole new meaning.
Police in New York attempted to pull over a vehicle doing 93 mph on the interstate. The driver ignored the sirens and lights, leading police on a pursuit through local roads. After officers set up a spike-strip, the driver was forced off-road, and onto the greens of Golden Oak Golf Course.
Although the clubs won’t be in stores until the end of the month, fittings for new Titleist irons and hybrids begin today. Golfers can be fit for the Titleist 718 irons (a line that features six new models) and the 818 hybrids (two models).
Completing a quote with Golf Club Brokers is easy, but you might want to know what to do after you sell your golf clubs.
We’ve worked hard to develop a process that allows you to sell your clubs with very little time and hassle. Simply visit our home page, input your clubs into the cart using the dropdown menu, enter your shipping information and method of payment, and send your clubs to us! For a full rundown of how to sell your clubs, check out our new video that fully explains the quick process.
Have you ever bought a club on eBay and thought to yourself, “I sure hope this club is authentic and I didn’t just throw $300 down the drain?” Well, you have come to the right place because this article has pictures and details of many of the counterfeit clubs we have encountered in our Golf Trade In business. By the end of this article you will have a better understanding of how to identify counterfeit golf clubs.
Thankfully, the counterfeit golf club issue has slowed some in the last couple of years thanks to people being more aware of the problem. We hope to contribute to the decline in counterfeit club sales by giving you all the information you need to identify counterfeit golf clubs.
With this in mind, let’s get started with some general tips on spotting the differences between a counterfeit and authentic club.
We recently had someone try to sell us a counterfeit Scotty Cameron putter and we decided to post some pictures to help everyone out. This particular model came out in 2008 and is the Studio Select Newport 2.
While counterfeit clubs are getting better in quality, it is still pretty easy to spot the counterfeit when comparing side by side with an authentic club.
The problem is that most of the time you will not have an authentic club to compare it to. If it is a newer model club that is still available in stores, you should take it to an authorized retailer so you can compare them side by side. If your putter is a different model, search around Google to see if you can find pictures of a counterfeit like yours.
However, if you are unable to find one exactly like yours, the pictures and details below should help you get an idea of some of the common differences between an authentic Scotty Cameron and a counterfeit.