A customer recently tried to sell us their counterfeit TaylorMade SpeedBlade irons, but luckily we were able to spot them. We have posted pictures below to show the differences between an authentic set and the counterfeit set we received.
We received a counterfeit Ping G30 Driver and have posted pictures below to show the differences between an authentic driver and the counterfeit we received. In comparison to other knockoff clubs we have had traded in to us, this counterfeit Ping G30 is pretty well made. The quality isn’t nearly as bad as many of the other clubs we have had sent to us. Even though it is better than some, there are still several easily noticeable differences when compared to an authentic Ping G30.
We received a counterfeit Titleist MB 710 iron set today and happen to have a set of the real thing to compare them to. Unfortunately the real set we had did not have the original grips, so we couldn’t compare the grips, but look at our posting for the counterfeit AP2 irons and that should help. Below are some comparison pictures as well as a few of the differences pointed out.
We received a nearly new set of counterfeit Titleist AP2 712 irons. Below are some comparison photos to an authentic Titleist AP2 712 iron. I have also listed some things that will help you identify the counterfeit version:
We were recently sent a counterfeit Ping G15 Hybrid. This particular counterfeit was not a very good one. As you can see in the pictures, there are a few differences that stand out more than others.
We recently received a counterfeit Mizuno MX-700 Fairway wood. This particular counterfeit was not a very good one. We did not have a real MX-700 fairway wood to compare it to, but we did have a MX-700 hybrid. As you can see in the pictures, there are a few differences that stand out more than others.