SPOT THE FAKE - POINTS

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WE NEVER SELL COUNTERFEITS AT GOLF PARTNER.

Here are some common counterfeit features.

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  • "Color shift function."
    The real thing reflects light in orange and green, while the counterfeit only reflects orange.


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  • "Check-filter."
    Use a special check filter to check the anti-counterfeit label.


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  • "Check-filter."
    Use a special check filter to check the anti-counterfeit label.

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  • Carbon materials are used in the heads of recent golf clubs, but many of the counterfeits are printed to look like carbon materials.

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  • It's hard to tell from the picture, but if you look closely you can see it.

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  • This is also hard to see, but the fake is not a carbon material, it is just a print.

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  • Many of the counterfeit have different engraving thickness and font when compared to the real thing.
    The image below shows the sloppy stamping of the manufacturer's name, which is common on counterfeits.


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  • There are also many counterfeit irons with different count stamps.


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  • There are some things that you can't understand just by looking at them. It's hard to tell these things apart from the real thing.


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    Counterfeit