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golf club

1. any of various long-shafted clubs with wood or metal heads used to strike a golf ball
2. 
a. an association of golf players, usually having its own course and facilities
b. the premises of such an association
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Callaway Golf Company (NYSE: ELY) announced today that its investigation of counterfeit golf club sales on eBay.
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GENEROUS golfers at Rugby Golf Club donated equipment worth hundreds of pounds to a children's charity.
and Canada, 10 million in Japan and 4 million in Europe presently, and adds that the market for golf clubs in these advanced countries may have reached its growth limit.
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Founded in 1959 by a mechanical engineer who decided to invent a better golf club, PING is a privately held company that employs 1,200 people and produces several hundreds of thousands of golf clubs every year with exports to 65 countries around the globe.
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The growth of golf as a game in America, Europe and Asia and the tremendous technical advances in the golf clubs bears an important perspective to the growth of composites.