Caleb Henderson, left, and Reid Smith, both on the golf team at Boyd-Buchanan High School, listen to Jon Williams, owner of Golf Headquarters, explain various ways to differentiate between a counterfeit golf club and a real one at the Hamilton Place Boulevard store in Chattanooga on Monday. Williams estimates that his store sees between five and six hundred counterfeit clubs annually, and that over 65 percent of the online golf market is counterfeit.
Caleb Henderson, left, and Reid Smith, both on the golf team at Boyd-Buchanan High School, listen to Jon Williams, owner of Golf Headquarters, explain various ways to differentiate between a counterfeit golf club and a real one at the Hamilton Place Boulevard store in Chattanooga on Monday. Williams estimates that his store sees between five and six hundred counterfeit clubs annually, and that over 65 percent of the online golf market is counterfeit.
Photo by Alyson Wright /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Tuesday, July 24th, 2012
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It's estimated that there are more than enough counterfeit golf clubs in the United States that if they were laid end to end they would stretch from Winged Foot in New York to Torrey Pines in San Diego.

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