This is pretty amazing. Designer fakes sold as such are common and apparently legal. You can, for example, go into any major chain store (who presumably has good legal advice) and buy fragrances that mimic popular designer products and even name the product they are supposed to resemble.
To sort out whether golf club copies that are clearly marketed as such actually infringe on another firm's intellectual property is way beyond the ability of any SEO firm, web host, or small business attorney. In fact, I'd guess if an SEO firm consulted an intellectual property attorney they'd get a less than clear-cut answer (after spending a few thousand dollars).
The phrase, "the newest clubs from brands such as: Callaway Golf, Ping Golf..." does sound a bit ambiguous, but I guess you'd need to see the whole page as displayed to users to understand whether any misrepresentation was taking place.