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They're probably trying to clear their inventory prior to January 1, even though Titleist will exchange them for them.
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They're probably trying to clear their inventory prior to January 1, even though Titleist will exchange them for them.

Whatever , i'm happy :D

The old balls are fine for USGA competition, it only affects Titleist manufacturing at least according to Titleist FAQ
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they have some decent deals...the new vokey wedges are only 100 ea.

scotty cameron x5 is 243 ( from 300 is really good)

bridgestone b330-s marked down to 37 from 43

good deals
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True, they are $39.99 right now which is already -$6 , this is an additional -$5

They are usually $45.99 by me, so to me it feels like $11 off :)
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they have some decent deals...the new vokey wedges are only 100 ea.

really, hmmm i've been wanting to get some vokey spin milled wedges, let me go check ... thanks!

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The webpage I'm looking at says $159.99 for 2009 SM Vokey wedges.

Add it to the shopping cart.

After checking out ebay, I saw the same 2009 wedges for $109 shipped
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why get the old wedges off that site for 100 when you can get them off ebay new, when the 09 sm wedges come out for around 60?
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Golfsmith is selling ProV1's for $34.99 as well. Went there this afternoon and picked up a couple dozen... I'm sure they are trying to make room for the new version
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Golfsmith is selling ProV1's for $34.99 as well. Went there this afternoon and picked up a couple dozen... I'm sure they are trying to make room for the new version

Good to know, I have a gift certificate and a coupon , might have to pick up some more tomorrow

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