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This UT head is made in China and stamped "made in Japan" on the sole.  

Even if he means the finishing touches were done in Japan this is not right.
 

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How about other heads and drivers? Are they made in China as well?

I always want a product 100% made in Japan.

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33 minutes ago, bogeylondon said:

How about other heads and drivers? Are they made in China as well?

I always want a product 100% made in Japan.

Driving Iron in China
Putter made in China
Driver made in China
Ginrei is outsourced but still in Japan

The other models are made in Japan but they are open model blanks.    My suggestion is do not pay 350 per head for open model blanks.  You can buy original designs for much less.

Reason why dealers love Itobori and promote them is because profit margin is huge yet cost is low.

 

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Pretty lame.

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On 3/30/2017 at 2:10 AM, TourSpecGolfer said:

This UT head is made in China and stamped "made in Japan" on the sole.  

Even if he means the finishing touches were done in Japan this is not right.
 

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Screen Shot 2017-03-25 at 8.07.57 AM.png

Hahaha you've captured me on instagram. Lol.

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You're everywhere Ian!

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On 01/04/2017 at 7:57 AM, Ian-500 said:

Hahaha you've captured me on instagram. Lol.

can you explain "open model blanks?"

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1 hour ago, Forecaddie said:

can you explain "open model blanks?"

I can try,  but I think you want Chris to explain really :)

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2 hours ago, Forecaddie said:

can you explain "open model blanks?"


They are heads that are pre-made for companies to adjust and stamp their logo on.     

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