International

We ship throughout the world from our factory in the United States on a daily basis. We keep an active inventory of our primary products, shafts, and personalization options, so we usually ship the same or next business day.

We do NOT process credit cards when orders are submitted on our Secure Order Site. If you are outside the United States, we will get shipping quotes from the postal system and Fedex and send them to you along with the estimated transit time so you can choose your method. We usually email the shipping options to you within minutes, depending on our current work load.

Because of our international volume, we receive great discounts from Fedex, which is more reliable than the postal system.

Additional Clubs Ship Free

We only charge shipping for the first club. We pay the shipping on additional clubs. So if you are thinking about additional clubs for family members, your boss, employee, or a valuable client, this is a great time to get them because the shipping is free for the additional clubs. If you are purchasing the Whole-In-One Adjustable Clubs, the price drops $20 each when you get 2 or more, and we take an additional 10% off the entire order if you get 3 or more of any clubs...Adjustable, Telescopic Drivers, Telescopic Putters...any clubs. ! Just enter "3-clubs" in the Coupon Code during checkout (without the quotation marks).

Contact Us

If you want to know the shipping options before you submit your order, please contact us here and let us know the clubs you are considering.


International Import Costs - Be Prepared

If you are outside the USA, your country might charge import duty, customs fees, and/or taxes, and they often require a brokerage agency to collect and process those fees which also charges for their services. We do not include these fees in our prices. We only collect the cost of the goods and the shipping. You are responsible for any fees related to importing into your country just as we are responsible for any export fees out of the USA. We cannot estimate import costs, but you should be able to find an applicable page on your government's website. For instance, in Canada, it is www.cbsa.gc.ca. In the United Kingdom, it is www.hmrc.gov.uk. In most countries, you have the option of handling your own "brokerage" which will be explained on your applicable government website. But all shipping companies have professional brokerage firms available that will gladly process the government documents and fees for you...and charge you for that service of course. They will bill you for that, or collect it at the time of delivery.