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Made In The USA?? Titleist

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I have a very serious issue to talk about. My last driver was a 905R. I bought it because I felt Titleist made really good products..So when i got rid of it for the r7 425 i never really thought about it...so then a year later i walk into a golf store and see a sticker on the shaft saying that the head was made in China...to be quite honest i was a little disappointed because I thought titleist was the last of the American golf companies. Well i now know is what is true....i said that the spin milled wedges were poor quality compared to my 200 series...i know know why--my 200 series was made in America and the spin milled was made in china. Im just a little bit disappointed in wally Uihlein's decision to outsource the manufacturing because i now can see a difference in the quality of Titleist clubs.

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I believe that PING is still an American golf company. With the exception of the clubs that they can't produce here due to environmental regulations I believe that all their products are made in the United States.

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