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  • Golf Town Grip Sale

    I had it confirmed yesterday that it will begin Feb. 3rd. Please do not ask me about pricing, turnaround, selections etc. as I have no other information.
    TXG Custom King Cobra F9 9.5* , Accra FX 140 2.0 M2
    TXG Custom King Cobra F9 14.5*,Accra FX 140 2.0 M3
    TXG Custom Cobra King Ltd. 5-wood 17.5*, Accra FX 140 2.0 M2
    TXG Custom T. Made SIM Max 7-wood, Accra FX 140 2.0 M2
    TXG Custom Mizuno CLK 23*, Tensei Red CK 60 R
    TXG Custom Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal 6-pw, 1* up, Recoil E460 R + 1/2"
    TXG Custom Mizuno T20, 50/07, 56/10, 60/07, Nippon 950H Neo
    TXG Custom PXG Brandon, 34.5"

  • #2
    With the OEM's having shortages for so long, it will be interesting to see what is actually offered and available.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Gwelfgulfer View Post
      With the OEM's having shortages for so long, it will be interesting to see what is actually offered and available.
      Last week...all the grip bins were full at my local GT...yes some models still not available.
      Most of the bins sat empty for most of 2021.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Mr22putt View Post
        Last week...all the grip bins were full at my local GT...yes some models still not available.
        Most of the bins sat empty for most of 2021.
        In late 2020 into 2021 some grips were tough to source.

        In my last 3-4 orders with Golfworks there have not been any issues to get grips people want, even MCC plus 4 which were hit and miss for a while in 2021.

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        • #5
          Just wait for the exclusions and price increases on this promotion.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by rgk5 View Post
            I had it confirmed yesterday that it will begin Feb. 3rd. Please do not ask me about pricing, turnaround, selections etc. as I have no other information.
            So how much is the discount?

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            • #7
              At this time last year, 40' Premium Container costs out of China were in the $5,000USD range. These went as high as $25,000USD in the 3rd quarter of 2021, and finally settles at around $18,000USD. With the pandemic once again being a government concern in China, and with the lockdowns rotating through many cities, container costs are now over $25,000USD.
              So, anything shipping from China will not only take almost double the time it had in past, but with significantly higher transport costs - costs that will be offloaded onto us...the consumer. Big and light weight stuff will be hit the hardest. And note that this has nothing to do cost-wise with increases in raw materials, labor, supply chain, etc.
              Expect costs to rise. Expect shortages. Expect delays. This is the new normal. In every industry and in every sector. While grip shelves may look full at certain stores now, a grip sale can change that in 1 day. I remember GT stores with empty grip shelves in medium size NDMC and CP2 last year for months.
              No good deed goes unpunished.
              A birdie is usually followed by

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              • #8
                Originally posted by trebor View Post
                At this time last year, 40' Premium Container costs out of China were in the $5,000USD range. These went as high as $25,000USD in the 3rd quarter of 2021, and finally settles at around $18,000USD. With the pandemic once again being a government concern in China, and with the lockdowns rotating through many cities, container costs are now over $25,000USD.
                So, anything shipping from China will not only take almost double the time it had in past, but with significantly higher transport costs - costs that will be offloaded onto us...the consumer. Big and light weight stuff will be hit the hardest. And note that this has nothing to do cost-wise with increases in raw materials, labor, supply chain, etc.
                Expect costs to rise. Expect shortages. Expect delays. This is the new normal. In every industry and in every sector. While grip shelves may look full at certain stores now, a grip sale can change that in 1 day. I remember GT stores with empty grip shelves in medium size NDMC and CP2 last year for months.
                One of the managers at one of our biggest golf shops quoted me almost the exact same figures for shipping containers.

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