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FS - Cleveland Classic 310 (Tour)

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For Sale - Cleveland Classic 310 (Tour).  9.5* with Miyazaki Kusala Black 61x. Stock grip, headcover included.

I just bought this brand new in the plastic about a month ago and have hit MAYBE 50 range balls with it only to find out that I think it's just not for me. You can barely tell that it's not brand new. The shaft in this club is not a "made for" and aftermarket is a $200+ shaft. Want to lower your spin and ballflight? This is your guy.

$110 shipped to your door in the ConUS. PayPal.

Trade interests would include Ping G20 8.5* or 9.5* w/ the Ping Tour shaft in stiff  OR  Ping Rapture V2 9* w/ Blueboard stiff.


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