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Copyright 1992  [CraftSmith Golf Enterprises].  All rights reserved.  Revised: April 16, 2014

The business name CraftSmith Golf is not and should not be associated with the business name Golfsmith, located in Austin, Texas and other places.  Golfsmith is an excellent company that provides retail goods and custom clubmaking components and supplies.  We support and recommend their business.  You may contact them by calling 1 (800) 456-3344 or by going to their website www.golfsmith.com .  The business name CraftSmith has been in use for many years and is common to many other applications.  The fact that we are also in the golf business is only coincidence.  The word CraftSmith was chosen because of the common idea associated with providing premium quality craftsmanship.  The Smith portion of the word CraftSmith is associated with the common image of a silversmith or blacksmith  ... a dedicated, skilled workman who provides a valuable service.  The Smith portion of the word CraftSmith also comes from the last name of the founder of this business.  We do not trade on the Golfsmith name.

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