I am looking for golf equipment made in the USA. This post starts a continuing series of what clubs, balls and other golf products are made in the United States. I like to buy products made in the US whenever practical.
Here is what I have found so far.
Titleist golf balls:
The Titleist web site lists Ball Plant 2 and 3 in Massachusetts on their contact page.
Bridgestone has a great commercial all about being made in the USA. David Feherty in the video, the balls are engineered in Georgia.
It features David Feherty, Freddie Couples, Paula Creamer, Davis Love III, Matt Kuchar, Lee Travino.
Don’t miss the outtakes here: http://youtu.be/-c9A5DildVo
According to MadeInUSAStuff, “PING has more club components produced in America than any other brand.”
They also go on to state that some of the offshore manufacturing has been caused by EPA laws.
I use one myself and LOVE it.
They manufacture in the USA. Check out this HD video of the installation of a plastic injection molding machine.
Notice how many workers it takes to install the machine. Great video, thanks SKB for posting this!
Scratch Golf Clubs
(based in Berkley Michigan):
In 2010 Ari Techner at Scratch Golf Clubs posted, “We get extremely raw forgings from Japan and then we do all the rest of the manufacturing here in Chattanooga. Our putters are 100% made in the USA.”
Maybe made in the USA?
Ari Techner mentioned in the link posted above, they were in talks with a foundry in US. I am trying to find out what ever came of it.