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And of course this is correct these clubs will come from the factories that make the genuine items, the seller has also offered to allow my customers to buy one club to check the quality before buying the set.

And yes this is now offically a go, I just need time to organise the sales I need to put up for these and you will all find them on 'Bergies Belts'

Cheers

Ken

More great news! :thumbsupsmileyanim:

I can't wait to see what you have available in your sales area. I am glad this has worked out well and come to fruition relatively quickly :)

Thanks Kenberg B)

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And of course this is correct these clubs will come from the factories that make the genuine items, the seller has also offered to allow my customers to buy one club to check the quality before buying the set.

And yes this is now offically a go, I just need time to organise the sales I need to put up for these and you will all find them on 'Bergies Belts'

Cheers

Ken

Sorry, i missed that part that they come from the same factory.

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I hope that the last one is at least a par 4.

Nice discussion and as my pro teacher me :

IT ARE NEVER THE ARROWS , IT'S ALWAYS THE INDIAN

Regards,

Cats

During my sabbatical playing of 2,9 from the back tee's . Now after working for almost 6 years again struggling for 6 or 7 over :wounded1: .

Same equipment so once again the INDIAN ISN'T FOCUSED ANYMORE

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Are Mizuno MP60 irons available?

I would hope there will be a few different brand selections available, best bet would be to hold out until Kenberg posts a few items in his dealer section :)

I believe things are in motion behind the scenes, it's just a matter of time..............

Cheers :D

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Sorry guy's I have been very busy with other ventures and will get back to this when time permits.

Ken

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Bought new fusion irons last season, but could totally go for a new driver. I'm in!

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i would be interested in this after i get some lessons :D I have a friend that's been playing a while that may be interested as well.

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I just bought a new set of Callaway irons but am always looking for new clubs. Foaming at the mouth waiting for the listing.

Thanks for arranging this, Ken!

Brad

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I think you will find that only China made clubs are available.

I think mizuno's aren't made in china.

Callaway are made in china and I think some taylormade and also Nike.

Are Mizuno MP60 irons available?

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90% of all golfing equipment is in fact made in China.

Ken

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The irony is this... most american/european market clubs are made in china... asian market clubs are made in japan...

90% of all golfing equipment is in fact made in China.

Ken

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Great... Just what I needed, another reason to spend a few hundred dollars that I dont have every month. Im sure my wife will be very excited :black_eye:

Seriously, Ken...I would be interested if this gets off the ground. Im in the market for a new driver and fairway woods. I would rather give my money to you than some of these overpriced golf shops here in the NorthEast US.

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Ok Guy's here the snag I have hit, with all my supplier i build a close relationship (talk to a couple times a day) as it is important to be able to get quick responses when customers ask questions.

Well this guy doesn't want that he say's to me here is what i have and here are the prices........you sell, me deliver.....Unfortunately it is never as cut and dried as this, customers will want to know how long is this club, what is it's weight, does it come in other colours, if i buy 3 can i get a discount etc etc etc.

So I am still trying to get something worked out here, the main problem is his lack of English, if he can get a go between for me i can give this the go ahead, if not well...........

Ken

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Ok Guy's here the snag I have hit, with all my supplier i build a close relationship (talk to a couple times a day) as it is important to be able to get quick responses when customers ask questions.

Well this guy doesn't want that he say's to me here is what i have and here are the prices........you sell, me deliver.....Unfortunately it is never as cut and dried as this, customers will want to know how long is this club, what is it's weight, does it come in other colours, if i buy 3 can i get a discount etc etc etc.

So I am still trying to get something worked out here, the main problem is his lack of English, if he can get a go between for me i can give this the go ahead, if not well...........

Ken

What language does he speak?

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I'm really not sure :blink:

But it's odds on it will be one of the Chinese dialects :lol:

Ken

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I am pretty sure that they sell both and the only way to check them out will be for one member to buy 1 club.

Ken

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Well I mentioned before that my brother is a golf pro :)

If I get a driver from you, I bet my brother could let you know as soon as he hits the thing :p

He may also be able to do a direct compare in the pro shop.

Cheers :D

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Cool... actually i think the fact that the supplier will only give model and prices is not a problem as most ppl who want to buy the clubs will have the specs already... they only need to specify model and shaft flex...

as long as we know its gen...

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Ken

Shaft flex is what I do when my wife is out of town :whistling:

Actually a club has a degree of flex in it to aid the ball in getting in the air. Depending on your swing speed, the flex can be stiff (fast swing), all the way to Senior (slowest swing) with regular and womens in between.

You should get out on the course and play a little. It really is a relaxing game.

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Ah Steve you obviously don't know about my back trouble :wounded1:

Ok question guy's what if the supplier has no idea about the shaft flex?

Ken

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Ah Steve you obviously don't know about my back trouble :wounded1:

Ok question guy's what if the supplier has no idea about the shaft flex?

Ken

Sorry to hear about your back pain. I dont wish that on anyone.

Im sure that the supplier will know about shaft flex. It is also written on every shaft as well.

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