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Comment from: WA Smith [Visitor]
Mr Stasch in his comments defines 'knockoffs' as non-OEM made clubheads. Knockoff by definition is a copy or very close copy of an OEM designed head. Companies such as Tom Wishon, KZG, SMT, Golfsmith, Golfworks are good examples of companies that design their own heads from scratch and are not replicas or clones or 'knockoffs' of OEM heads. These are reputable component companies. Mr. Stasch would be more credible if he would deliniate and specify. Knockoffs and clones have been, are, and will be junk. A good, honest, reputable clubmaker will know the difference. To lump the quality component manufacturers with the knockoffs is poor reporting for which I really question Mr Stasch's knowledge of the industry. Mr Stasch should call Tom Wishon and talk to him about the difference, as Tom's good book was referenced, or reread page 65 in Tom's book.
2006-04-25 @ 09:52

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