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Ping made them at one time.

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Who makes beryllium copper golf clubs?

Nobody makes these anymore. beryllium in dust form causes all kinds of health problems...very toxic. PING used to make them; they made them "famous". Due to a softer feel, but a more dense and harder iron, these things were the craze in the 80's and early 90's. Several other companied followed suit in producing beryllium copper golf clubs at the time. Nobody makes beryllium copper clubs anymore - thanks EPA....

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