Saturday, November 10, 2012

Beware of buying clubs on the internet

       The internet is a great tool and has certainly changed our lives in many positive ways. Unfortunately it also has given scammers an opportunity to prey on thousands of unsuspecting golfers. In the past year I know of three individuals who have purchased counterfeit golf clubs through the internet.
       In each situation the clubs were advertised as brand new with a price hundreds less than the normal price you would pay at a golf shop. After receiving their clubs they noticed the differences between theirs and the real thing, but by then it was too late. They were out hundreds of dollars and left with imitations made of cheap pot metal that have no value whatsoever.
        My best advice is this: If it sounds too good to be true, it almost always is! The only way to make sure you are getting legitimate name brand golf equipment is to purchase them through your local PGA golf professional.
         At Golf Rx we proudly custom fit Ping, KZG, Taylor Made and Adams golf equipment. Call Steve to schedule a fitting or to discuss your equipment needs.

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