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Wilson Pi5 set for $99? Do you take it?


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I've read great reviews on the clubs, and I've hit pretty well with a demo set before. I went in to my local pro shop and they had a 3-PW set in probably 8/10 shape with some nice Golf Pride grips going for $99. The other good part is they're already cut and bent to my height pretty much out of pure chance. Should I go for it...it would be nice to dump the clone set.

I don't see how I can pass it up, sets in similar condition are ending up at $170-200 on eBay...
Can you think of a reason not to get them?
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Based on the fact that it is a pretty solid upgrade from the clones you're currently using I would probably jump on it if I were you. I've also heard pretty good things about the Wilson Pi5.

Jump all over that before they're gone and you regret hesitating.
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I've read great reviews on the clubs, and I've hit pretty well with a demo set before. I went in to my local pro shop and they had a 3-PW set in probably 8/10 shape with some nice Golf Pride grips going for $99. The other good part is they're already cut and bent to my height pretty much out of pure chance. Should I go for it...it would be nice to dump the clone set.

get them.

these are great clubs!!! harrington won the british open with them. need i say more.
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