I believe the FJ Classics were the last ones made in the states. It is what it is, FJ had to move their operations offshore in order to remain competitive and continue to make a profit. When you can make something in Asia for 1/3 as much, its difficult to pass that up if you are trying to maximize your bottom line. Its a harsh, cruel fact of life in today's economy.
Considering that Titleist is now owned by FILA (a Korean company), really they have no obligation to make anything in the states and I expect that they will likely outsource the production of their products to the cheapest possible source. I believe that they are also looking at moving ball production to Asia in order to save cost.
Back in '06, I had a pair of FJ Greenjoys and even as FJ's cheaper line, they were still great shoes. My only beef with their was that for my feet, theres other brands that fit my feet better. I never had any issues with the quality of those shoes.