Hundreds of Callaway Golf Co. employees stand to lose their jobs. The company is moving most of its golf club manufacturing to Monterrey, Mexico, according to the North County Times.
The move is part of a reorganization to lower the company's costs and make it more responsive to customers, said Tim Buckman, a Callaway spokesman.
Callaway will gradually trim its manufacturing in Carlsbad and Toronto. It will contract logistics to other companies in Dallas and Toronto, the paper reported.
Carlsbad will remain company headquarters, where research, marketing and administrative functions will be handled, as well as some manufacturing.
Read more: North County Times.