Anti-counterfeiting initiative seizes nearly 10,000 fake golf clubs

In a broad crackdown on the sale of counterfeit golf products, the U.S. golf manufacturers’ anti-counterfeiting task force (The Golf Group) has identified 9,769 clubs and numerous golf accessories, as well as more than 10,600 branded tags and labels, according to the Keep Golf Real website.

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