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Does anyone know where this logo ball is from?  Most likely from a course near Pittsburgh, PA or Philadelphia, PA...but could be anywhere in the mid-Atlantic region, really.  I'd probably remember it if it were from a course I traveled to.


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1 hour ago, Hardspoon said:

Does anyone know where this logo ball is from?  Most likely from a course near Pittsburgh, PA or Philadelphia, PA...but could be anywhere in the mid-Atlantic region, really.  I'd probably remember it if it were from a course I traveled to.


It was probably a gift. Personalized golf ball. 

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19 hours ago, Vinsk said:

It was probably a gift. Personalized golf ball. 

It's definitely from a golf course...I just can't figure out which one!

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