SM7 Serial numbers

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By AWoodman

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    I recently purchased a set of SM7s all new a sealed but from a less than credible source, they have S300 shafts instead of the stock S200 and also an older style BV grip rather than the stock Golf pride cord. Both of which can be explained due to a "custom order"

    My biggest worry is the style of serial number used, it appears to be pinned in like older Vokeys and similar to others I have seen on irons and drivers. All the SM7s I have seen have a smaller font with almost a black paint fill for the serial. As per photos.

    Any help much appreciated.

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  2. Rob_Roth1
    Titusville, NJ

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    that looks fake I would call titleist
  3. dennis n
    San Diego, CA

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    The middle photo, i don't know. The bottom looks good but why would they have different font size?
  4. Don O
    Madison, WI

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    My last few serial numbers now look like the laser burned serial numbers in the bottom photo. There is a "contact" in the bottom of these web pages. Check with Titleist about the etched numbers.
    If not from Titleist, wow, that was quick getting to market. And if you paid less than $130 a club, the odds go up dramatically on being counterfeit. First rule, if the price is too good to be true, it won't be. Good luck on finding them to be genuine.
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    I have/had similar concerns with my SM6 wedges I recently purchased. I honestly have no idea. But I can say I hit them and I like the feel and everything about them so authentic or not authentic if you can’t tell by hitting them I would say it shouldn’t matter.
  6. pulplvr
    Spring, TX

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    If you look closely at the SM7 on page 39 in the Titleist Custom Options Brochure (find it under the Clubs portion of the site), you'll see an example with a serial number that looks very much like the one shown in the middle image. The wedges can be purchased with a variety of shafts (the S200 is the standard, stock shaft). From what I saw there, the standard Vokey grip is a Vokey Tour Velvet Black with no cord in them. I have SM6s from Vokey WedgeWorks with Nippon Pro 970 shafts and the Vokey Tour Velvet Black grips. My serial numbers are the same as those in the lower image above. If still unsure, then call Titleist and inquire as suggested above.
  7. John T
    Youngstown, OH

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    In the middle photo, if you look at that slanted etched design at the top of the neck of the club head, it doesn't look right and perhaps not in the proper place. I would call Titleist.
  8. Richard A
    St Neots, Cambs

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    My SM7's came direct from Titleist ordered through my local pro and they don't have any serial numbers.
  9. Richard A
    St Neots, Cambs

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    Sorry my mistake mine do have serial numbers
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    If I remember correctly Titleist and other manufacturers are no longer verifying serial numbers as the counterfeits have been known for using real serial numbers from legit clubs. Some clubs don't have serial numbers as well. I would buy from a certified retailer, would avoid eBay.

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