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Ever wondered what a golfing ‘Aladdin’s Cave’ would look like?

Visit Allied Golf, at Hollywood Golf Club near Birmingham, and wonder no more.

The Allied Golf Group is a family-run business, which, for over 20 years, has been distributing on behalf of some of the biggest brands in the game to both trade and retail customers.

Not only that, it has also created some fantastic golf products of its own, using its founder’s background and training in metallurgy.

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The companies it currently supports include shaft brands UST Mamiya, Fujikura, True Temper, Nippon and Accuflex, as well as Bang Golf, Nakashima Golf, Mizuno, Sukira Golf, Miura Golf, Golf Pride Grips, Lamkin Grips, and many more.

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“Within our company we strive to be the best around, a company that
really prides itself on customer service, making sure our customers have
what they really need for their game at reasonable prices,” a company
spokesperson told bunkered.co.uk.

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“A good 99.9% of what we do is bespoke and truly tailored to each
individual golfer; the 0.01% is for other companies that don’t allow
component-only products, so we have to send a spec sheet to them to be
built.

“We want to continue to bring new and exciting things into our
business so we can continue on providing world class service and
offering the best products out there available to our clients.”
For more information, log-on to alliedgolf.co.uk or call 0121 474
2969.

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