Global Golf Experts in Detecting Fake Golf Clubs

Global Golf helps consumers detect fake golf clubs on worldwide news broadcast.

Raleigh, NC, December 19, 2007 --( “They are checking them once, they are checking them twice,” states Amanda Lamb reporter for WRAL News. With recent news stories about fake golf clubs being sold on the internet, WRAL wanted to discuss the topic of fake clubs with a reputable dealer. They came to Global Golf asking, how do you tell a fake from a real club.

Global Golf’s Vice President and PGA of America Board Member, Zack Veasey, discusses fake clubs in this news video:

Mr. Veasey states to look for serial numbers, misspellings, and color variations. He also mentions that Global Golf’s employees are trained on finding fakes and once found are destroyed.

Global Golf sells golf clubs, golf bags, and accessories on their website worldwide. They are the largest online seller of used golf equipment and are based in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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Alfred Scillitani