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I got an email today from True Linkswear saying to look out for the email coming on Thursday which will clue me into their Black Friday Deals. I'm not a "Black-Friday Shopper" person, but I am planning on a new pair of kicks this year so I'm hoping the deal from True Linkswear will be a good one. 

Often so called "Black Friday" deals for golfers amounts to the crap they couldn't sell during the rest of the year deeply discounted and the rest of the deals are sort of ... what's the word ... "meh"? 

Anyone out there know of a "GOOD" golf Black Friday deal coming up?

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It will be interesting to see if there are many black Friday deals.   With supplies low and worker shortages many items may not be readily available which may drive up the prices.  

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5 hours ago, dennyjones said:

It will be interesting to see if there are many black Friday deals.   With supplies low and worker shortages many items may not be readily available which may drive up the prices.  

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On 11/20/2021 at 12:09 PM, boogielicious said:

Pure Grips 33% off.

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33% Off Now Through Tuesday 11/30/2021! Plus Free Shipping on orders of $75 or more. chrome chrome

 

 

Thanks to @boogielicious. I picked up some a handfull of Pure Grips for a great price.

I tried to grab an new pair of kicks. But my size was old sold out for the True LinksWear's that I wanted. 

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8 hours ago, ChetlovesMer said:

Do you "trust" them?

.... See what I did there? 😁

Yep, I see what you did. :>)

 

I’ve never hit one, so I don’t know if I “trust” them or not.

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