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Hello I'm looking for advice on how much a left handed triumph colonial used golf set with bag and cart would sell for Their excellent condition my brother passed away and we're just cleaning out stuff from  The a state and I would like these to go to a new owner and a new home but I do not know how much to ask for as I am not too familiar With pricing of golf equipmentThank you so very much to anyone who could help

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Sorry for your loss.

I'd suggest perhaps donating the set to a nearby golf facility, perhaps one that works with veterans or disabled individuals. They're not worth much at all; likely not even worth the time it would take you to sell them for a few bucks.

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